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Author: Janine Sijercic, Human Resources, Corporate Health & Safety/ Talent Acquisition ANZ Chances are, you know someone who has needed a transfusion. Cancer patients, trauma victims, surgery patients, newborn babies and birthing mothers all have need, but blood supply is running dangerously low. The Red Cross needs A, B and O blood reserves, and we’re joining […]

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Make a Difference Day

Author: David Provest, Client Technical Advisor, Global Markets What can our future leaders create in a single day? On Friday, the 1st June we decided to find out. We welcomed into our Sydney design studio over 50 high school and university students to celebrate IBM’s ‘Make a Difference Day’. The Sydney event was one of […]

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Celebrating excellence

Author: Janine Sijercic, Human Resources, Corporate Health & Safety/ Talent Acquisition ANZ Chances are, you know someone who has needed a transfusion. Cancer patients, trauma victims, surgery patients, newborn babies and birthing mothers all have need, but blood supply is running dangerously low. The Red Cross needs A, B and O blood reserves, and we’re joining […]

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Good Neighbours, Great Innovation

Simon Hofmann, Marketing and Communications Leader, IBM NZ, 7/4/17 Ever since I was young I realised that being a good neighbour is important. Perhaps it was spurred by having to go next door to apologise to my neighbours after depositing cheeky notes in their letter boxes. The concept of being part of a community has […]

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AI meets Bondi – An IBMer’s personal story

Written by Andrea Acton, External Relations Specialist, IBM Did you know that melanoma is the most common cancer among young people aged between 20 and 39, killing more young Australians than any other cancer? That farmers are 60 percent more likely to die from skin cancer than the general population?  Or that Australia is deemed […]

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Women on a Mission

What if I told you that not too long ago, you could apply for a job and be hired as a Computer? You wouldn’t be given one when you walked in on your first day, and you wouldn’t be sitting at one all day – you were hired as the computer. Your job would be […]

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Women in IT: Where to next?

Elinor Swery, Technical Consultant, IBM New Zealand. 29/8/16 I recently showed a picture taken at an ordinary team meeting to a number of friends who also work in IT. There was one thing that really struck me about this picture and I wanted to see if my peers would notice it. The picture showed 10 […]

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Lisa Weightman; Mum, Olympian, IBMer

Do you think you could handle having your first child, qualifying for your third Olympics and excelling in your professional career as a senior managing consultant? Meet young mum, IBMer and Rio 2016 Olympian, Lisa Weightman, who has juggled all of this over the past two years. In between managing the responsibilities of work as […]

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Re-writing the Code for Women

Sadia Karim, Front End Developer, IBM Australia. 24/10/16 What comes to mind when I say ‘coder’? I can’t read minds, but I can probably guess – a guy in dark room, wearing a hoodie to cover his face (for some reason), typing vigorously on a computer as green letters and numbers scramble across a screen. […]

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