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Five Talks Worth Spreading from TED@IBM 2017

TED@IBM is an annual event with talks exploring the relationship between technology and humanity. The most recent one was held in San Francisco last December 2017 with the theme “Why Not?” Madeleine Matthews attended the event, and shares with us her learnings and insights from her favorite talks. By: Madeleine Matthews “Why Not?” This was […]

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IBMer Spotlight: Meet Andre Sandoval

We grab a coffee with IBMers from around the world, and share our chat in this weekly spotlight series. This week you can meet Andre, from IBM US. In the morning, I like my coffee… with a little bit of milk and dash of honey. When I get up to go to work, I look […]

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Stay Uncomfortable

Starting your career at a large company like IBM can be a daunting yet exciting experience. As a college hire, you will be introduced into areas of business, consulting, and technology where you may not have had any prior experience or may not know you have the experience. Run with those challenges. Seek out new, […]

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Why I’m A Proud IBM Mentor: My IBM Finish Line Experience

Satya has been with IBM for almost a decade now, and his pride for the company has only grown over the years. So when he was asked to volunteer as a mentor for early professionals at the IBM Finish Line events, he did not hesitate to accept the challenge. by Satya Krishnaswamy Over the years, […]

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A Collaborative Culture Starts With Acceptance—Here’s Why

This article was originally published on The Muse. By Elizabeth Wellington What do you really want from an employer? Maybe it’s a friendly manager, great perks, and plenty of vacation time. Or the chance to continue learning and further your career. But while those things are all valuable, a positive work experience depends on more […]

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How to Maximize Sleep to Enhance Your Performance

Many adults state the importance of sleep for daily performance, affirming that sufficient sleep is necessary for effectiveness. However, when responding to actually getting the recommended amount of sleep themselves, or when commenting on the sleep status of the majority of individuals, a lesser degree of importance is implied. Does this ring true in your […]

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Movement as a Stimulant – The Often Un-Heralded Option

In the middle of a workday if energy levels are low, do you choose to move or drink coffee? Our guest blogger, Dr. Jacqueline Lee, invites you to choose movement – an alternative that provides a lift without the lag – and shares her tips on using movement to increase performance. By Jacqueline D. Lee, […]

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