Infinite_Experiences

What I’ve Learned in My 10 Years as an IBM Seller

By: Neha Varshney Arora (3 min read) My tryst with IBM started 10 years ago, when I was a young mother. Overwhelmed with my newfound responsibility and a little apprehensive about joining a new organization, I would not call it an easy decision. But I made a well thought-out career move, surged ahead, and started […]

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Women in Consulting: “The Best Advice for Finding a Mentor is Simply to Ask”

On this issue of #WomenInConsulting, we are featuring Monica Logan  – the Digital Strategy & iX, COO & Offerings Lead at IBM Services. She shares her favorite part of working at IBM, her passion and advice on finding a mentor. Name:  Monica Logan Position/Positions Held at IBM:  Digital Strategy & iX, COO & Offerings Lead […]

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30 Years and Counting at IBM

By Simon Davey (3 min read) You never really start a new role declaring, “Right, this is what I want to do for the next 30 years…” And yet, over three decades in IBM and I am still surviving and thriving. As Linkedin’s #InItTogether campaign states, “Rarely do people love their job strictly for the […]

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Designers in the C-Suite: How a Group of New Hires Grabbed the Attention of IBM’s CEO

By Gabriella Campagna   It was a hot Texas summer day in late July 2018. I was sitting in my car, AC on high, wondering if I had arrived too early. It was my first day on my first full-time job as a software designer. I was about to embark on a three-month immersive training […]

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IBM Executive on Building Diverse Teams and Empowering Them to Focus on Outcome-Based Performance

On this issue of The Inspirational Executive Series, we are featuring Hui Li Lee, Vice President for Asia Pacific IBM Global Business Partners, as she shares her view on building diverse teams and empowering them to focus on outcome-based performance. The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to demonstrate how you […]

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Things We’ve learned from IBM Internships in 10 Weeks

What happens when interns from all over the world come together for 10 weeks? Two IBM interns share their experience when a cohort of ten with different skills and backgrounds came together to work in IBM’s headquarters in Armonk, NY. By Philip Baumann and Serena Ho In 1964, more than five decades before our arrival […]

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The Hitchhiking Cat’s Guide to Getting a Job in Quantum Computing

By Jay Gambetta   While traveling around to give talks about quantum computing, I’ve noticed two things — the enthusiasm of our growing community, and the frequency of the following question: “I don’t know much about quantum physics, but can I get into quantum computing?” The answer I give today is very different from what […]

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Jobs of the Future: A Brave New World

Have you ever wondered how will jobs of the future look like? In this article, IBM’s Steve Choquette explores what jobs have come into existence as a result of the ever-changing technology. By Steve Choquette   IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said that 100% of all jobs will change due to the infusion of artificial intelligence.  […]

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The 5Ps of Personal Networking

What are the most effective ways to connect with your peers and mentors? You may have hundreds of connections on LinkedIn, but how do you leverage them in a more structured way to maximize the purpose you’re seeking? Learn how to create more structure in the way you network with these “5Ps of Personal Networking.”   […]

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A Look Into What It’s Like to Work in Cybersecurity at IBM

Cybersecurity is one of the most critical issues of our generation and it is important that our employees develop the right skills and expertise that will continuously advance their capability to protect our systems and transform the industry. We spoke with Amanda and John on what it’s really like to work in IBM Security and […]

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My Ideas Mean Nothing Unless I Speak Up

After attending Design at IBM’s Immersive Training Program, Liz Young finally understood what “growth and comfort never coexist” means and realized she could make a difference at this historic, influential, and global company by speaking up. By Liz Young   My ideas mean nothing to the world unless I speak up The truth is, I’m […]

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