Gearing up for your ABAP C_TAW12_750 certification? Make the grade with this guide to the SAP Certified Development Associate exam for ABAP 7.5. Refresh your knowledge with coverage of key concepts and important terminology, and then test yourself with practice questions, answers, and explanations. Study up on the latest in ABAP, like SQL statements, CDS views, ABAP classes, ABAP data types, and more. Highlights include: a. Questions and Answers - Practice with questions and in-depth answers for each section of the exam and improve yourtest-taking skills. Solidify your knowledge with explanations and key concept refreshers. b. Core Content - Focus only on what's important. Review exam subject areas like ABAP Workbench, Unicode, ABAP Dictionary, object-oriented programming, Web Dynpro for ABAP, and more. c. New Topics for ABAP 7.5 - Get the latest on new topics to ABAP 7.5 with expanded coverage of SQL expressions, SQL, functions, and ON conditions. Explore new built-in data types like INT8, temporary global, tables, and replacement objects.
, David Haslam
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26 July 2018
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Nonprofit management: Introduction and overview Stefan Toepler and Helmut K. Anheier PART I: MANAGEMENT CONTEXT A changing management context: The US, UK, Canada and Australia Susan D. Phillips Nonprofit management context: Continental Europe and Scandinavia Georg von Schnurbein and Alice Hengevoss Nonprofit management context: Central and Eastern Europe Peter Vandor, Clara Moder, and Michaela Neumayr Nonprofit management context: Russia and the FSU Lev Jakobson, Irina Mersianova, and Natalya Ivanova Nonprofit management in Asia Tamaki Onishi and Naoto Yamauchi Nonprofit management context: The Middle East and North Africa Omar Bortolazzi Nonprofit management context: Africa Jacob Mwathi Mati The Latin American context: The challenge of managing advocacy and impact inclusion Urs Jager, Felipe Symmes, and Roberto Gutierrez PART II: LEADING AND PLANNING Composition of nonprofit boards: Summary of factors that account for who governs nonprofits William A. Brown Leadership Ruth Simsa Beyond codes: Values, virtues, and nonprofit ethics Ki Joo Choi and Roseanne Mirabella Strategic management Michael Meyer PART III: MANAGING INTERNALLY Evaluation and performance measurement Lehn M. Benjamin and David A. Campbell Budgeting and financial management: A multi-year budgeting approach Marcus Lam and Bob Beatty The essential nature of internal controls Nathan J. Grasse and Daniel Gordon Neely Information and communications technology management John McNutt Nonprofit human resource management Allison R. Russell, Marlene Walk, and Femida Handy Volunteer management and the psychological contract Mark A. Hager and Kathy T. Renfro Co-production Taco Brandsen, Trui Steen, and Bram Verschuere Association and membership management Mary Tschirhart PART IV: MANAGING EXTERNALLY Collaborations and networks David Suarez and Hokyu Hwang Advocacy and lobbying Jennifer E. Mosley, Tadeo Weiner-Davis, and Theresa Anasti Nonprofits and political participation Kelly LeRoux and Mary K. Feeney Nonprofit marketing and branding Jane Hudson Relationship fundraising 2.0: Lessons from social psychology Adrian Sargeant and Ian MacQuillin PART V: FUNDING SOURCES Individual giving and philanthropy Beth Breeze The nonprofit sector's 'rich relations'? Foundations and their grantmaking activities Tobias Jung Corporate philanthropy Lonneke Roza and Lucas C.P.M. Meijs Government funding Michaela Neumayr and Astrid Pennerstorfer PART VI: THE SOCIAL ENTERPRISE SPACE Social enterprise Janelle A. Kerlin Social innovation: What it is, why it matters and how it can be studied Gorgi Krlev and Georg Mildenberger Social finance for nonprofits: Impact investing, social impact bonds, and crowdfunding Jun Han, Wendy Chen, and Stefan Toepler Hybridity: Origins and effects Gorgi Krlev and Helmut K. Anheier New legal forms for hybrid organizations Alan J. Abramson and Kara C. Billings
Puneet Asthana is a recognized expert in ABAP development and has 14 years of development experience. He has been working for SAP for over seven years, and he has worked on a number of projects as a technical lead. He is currently working as a technical architect for a global SAP Retail implementation for a major retailer. He also has extensive experience in integrating SAP and non-SAP systems and leveraging SAP Integration Technologies to deliver innovative technical solutions.|David Haslam is a recognized expert in ABAP development, having worked for SAP for over 14 years; David has led or participated in over seven full lifecycle implementations of SAP, which include several multiple-phase projects and four large development projects. He was awarded the prestigious status of SAP Platinum Consultant more than eight years ago. He enjoys helping others through workshops and white papers, and sharing his knowledge and experience. In addition, David participates in development reviews, project estimates, and customer project issue escalations.