With about two more weeks to go in the 4 SAP Social Sabbatical projects in Cape Town, we all reflect if we have had an impact already, or if we look out to the big break-through. I think it's fair to say that all 4 projects have their challanges. Be it a CEO who is on its own mission, or NGO resources which are not available when you need them for an interview, or a too small NGO which is struggling to execute the concept the SAP team comes up with. Despite this we see the change on little topics making big thinks work. I guess what SAP employees are very good in, is to look and identify the value of a service or product which is in place. A value a NGO takes as granted and doesn't position in the right way. For example one NGO provides commercial brands a nice place on their media and web, allowing them to leverage the NGO's network without donating or contributing much. The same is true for government departments, which are keen for visibility and peoples votes. Such values are clearly used by third party, but not effectively by the NGO. I know we do change it, but must enable the NGO to do so in the future too. We will have to measure in 2 weeks, 4 weeks, 2 months.