#WhyIBM

Consultant Spotlight: Meet Rachel, Business Consultant in UX Design

(4 min read) Rachel Degnan joined IBM’s Consulting by Degrees (CbD) programme as a Business Consultant in August 2017. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a degree in Mathematics and Management (Industrial). She did her placement year in IBM and returned after graduating. She’s currently developing her skills as a User Experience (UX) […]

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Personal Growth and Career Development – Getting the Best of Both Worlds from PTECH and IBM

We recently had the chance to sit down with our two P-TECH interns, Daniel De Menezes and Julia Turek. Daniel and Julia are heading into their senior year at the Norwalk Early College Academy (NECA) in Connecticut while working on their Associate in Applied Science degrees in Web Development and Software Engineering respectively.     P-TECH, […]

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My 30th Year in IBM: Why I’m Excited Now More Than Ever

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to build a global career at IBM? In this blog, featuring Anita, Vice President for IBM Cognitive Process Services, she tells us how she is as excited as ever in her 30th year at IBM. She also tells us about her diverse experiences at IBM, why and how […]

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My Experience of Competing in an IBM Hackathon

Ever wondered what it’s like to participate in a high-energy hackathon, working with great technical minds in an extremely fast-paced environment? Jay Harrison Tuckey from IBM Australia describes his experience when he joined an IBM Hackathon. By Jay Harrison Tuckey If the word ‘hackathon’ is not familiar to you, don’t be alarmed! It is a […]

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Andy Bossley: On the Journey to Come out as Gay — and How it’s Helped Him Become a Successful Marketer

Andy Bossley, a 29-year-old Texan, is living the dream in New York City. He’s out and proud, lives with his loving partner Anthony, and works as the senior manager for global marketing campaigns for IBM, a role that netted him a spot on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list this year. While hard work and […]

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IBM is the Most Popular Technology Employer in Australia for the Second Consecutive Year

Each February, GradConnection partners with Fusion Graduate Consultancy to host the Top100 Graduate Employers and Future Leaders competition in Australia. The awards bring together everyone involved in the graduate recruitment industry in the country including employers, universities and students for one of the biggest nights of the year. IBM was announced as the Most Popular […]

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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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Why Do You Need a Job That is Meaningful To You?

Balancing work and life is a struggle most of us are all too familiar with. How do we find purpose in our every day lives, majority of which is spent working? Rashik Parmar MBE, an IBM Distinguished Engineer, shares with us his experiences and insights on finding the right balance and how he was able […]

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Reinventing Corporate Learning at IBM

IBM is proud to win the ATD BEST award for the 7th time in a row– and to place 5th this year. It was an opportunity to describe how IBM is reinventing corporate learning. Matthew shares his experience below. By Matthew Valencius Talent development is strategic to IBM. We’re an innovative technology company, and we […]

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