inclusion

IBM Promotes STEM at Haskell Indian Nations University

IBM’s Client Innovation Center (CIC) in Columbia, Missouri is partnering with Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) in Lawrence, Kansas to help give HINU students exposure to IT Careers. Jace Noteboom, a member of IBM’s Native American Diversity Council, worked with Lucy LePage from IBM Columbia to help further the partnership by bringing multiple teams together to […]

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This Inspirational Executive Talks About Managing Work and Other Interests

On this issue of The Inspirational Executive Series, we are featuring Diane Diggelmann, General Manager for IBM GTS WW Infrastructure Services Delivery, as she shares her view on being an IBMer, her interests outside of IBM, and some great advice for aspiring executives. The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to […]

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Women in Consulting: This Role Has Opened Doors For My Future

On this issue of #WomenInConsulting, we are featuring Courtney Good – a Senior Strategy Consultant at IBM Services. She shares her favorite part about working at IBM, her passion and advice on career development.   Name: Courtney Good   Position/Positions Held at IBM: Senior Strategy Consultant, IBM Digital Strategy  Current Work Location: Austin, TX  Length of […]

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What Happens When You Bring All Diversity Communities Together

IBM UK’s Business Resource Groups (BRG) host an event to bring all diversity communities together for the first time. Here are some highlights from Vincent Cipollone, IBM UK’s Corporate Development Executive. By Vincent Cipollone   “There’s no such thing as a single-issue struggle.  Because we don’t lead single-issue lives.” On 5 September 2018, I had […]

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Women in Consulting: Life as an Advanced Analytics Global Leader

On this issue of #WomenInConsulting, we are featuring Cathy Rodenbeck Reese – an Advanced Analytics Global Leader at IBM Services. She shares her favorite part about working at IBM, her passion and advice on career development.   Name: Cathy Rodenbeck Reese Position/Positions Held at IBM:  Advanced Analytics Global Leader Current Work Location: Alexandria, VA Length of Employment […]

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My Name. My Confidence: How IBM’s Name Change Tool Changed My Experience at Work as a Transwoman

IBM has introduced a limited pilot program for employees in select countries to participate voluntarily in a name change override program. The program is designed to alter the participant’s name in a subset of applications linked to IBM’s directory. Let’s hear Kristina’s story about the program. By Kristina Justine For some, a name is just a […]

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Women in Consulting: A Global Cognitive Offering Leader Tells Her Story

On this issue of Women in Consulting, we are featuring Stephanie Peters Meier – a Global Cognitive Offerings Leader at IBM Services. She shares her favorite part about working at IBM, her passion and advice on career development. This is the first issue of the #WomenInConsulting series.   Name: Stephanie Peters Meier Position/Positions Held at […]

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Things We’ve Learned as Female Technical Graduates in the IBM Brighter Blue Program

We interviewed six tech savvy women – all graduates of top Computer Sciences universities in Pakistan and hired as part of the IBM Brighter Blue Program in June 2018 and asked them about different aspects of their experience at IBM from their expectation in an ideal company, to IBM’s new technology. Let’s hear about what […]

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IBM Latin America Executive Shares How She Developed Skills That Led Her To Success

On this issue of The Inspirational Executive Series, we are featuring Ana Paula, General Manager for IBM Latin America, as she shares her view on being an IBMer, her interests outside of IBM, and some great advice for aspiring executives. The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to demonstrate how you […]

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IBM Celebrates Inclusion-Focused Employee Communities

IBM dedicates the month of August to celebrate more than 250 inclusion-focused employee groups and their 50,000 members. Let’s hear about their stories at IBM. By Astrid R. Frydensberg   Business Resource Groups (BRGs) are volunteer employee-led communities formed around a common interest, belief, bond or background. They are based on enhancing career development, promoting […]

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How IBM Made Me Return to the Corporate World

After leaving the corporate world to join a start-up, IBM Executive Heather Clifton thought she would no longer be interested to go back to a large corporation. But an offer from IBM changed her mind. by Heather Clifton My name is Heather Clifton and I am the Chief Marketing Officer for Industry Platforms, an 18-month […]

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