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  • "During my campus internship, I really loved the idea of how quality is considered paramount at IBM, and it now amazes me that I have completed 14 years in the same company! I love the idea of attaining your desired skills by learning, collaborating and working across multi-disciplinary functional teams.
    As a manager, I ensure that I listen to my team about their career aspirations, goals, and objectives and then suggest how to hone their domain/industry skills in the growth areas. I also motivate them by sharing experiences from my own journey in the company. I have a vibrant team of millennials and GenZ who work with experienced senior leaders without any bureaucratic barriers.
    Over time, I have discovered that to work with millennials, a manager has to be receptive, accessible and a great listener to make them feel comfortable and to realize their full potential." - Steven Sequeira, Manager, IBM.
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  • Don’t Be the Victim of Job Scams: Watching Out for Red Flags http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMR0U

    Don't Be the Victim of Job Scams: Watching Out for Red Flags - IBM Careers Blog

    People looking for jobs are vulnerable to scams that lure them into fake opportunities and ask them to provide personal information or pay for services upfront. Here are some of the red flags to watch out for.

  • IIT Guwahati and IBM have developed an AI-powered​ tool to boost the culture of Electric Vehicles in India.

    IIT Guwahati and IBM develop an AI-powered 'Smart-Engineer' to boost EV culture

    GUWAHATI: To advance greater penetration of Electric Vehicles (EVs) on the nation's roads, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG) today announced the development of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) - assisted engineering system design tool: Smart-Engineer.

  • “I joined IBM over 12 years ago and have donned a variety of roles ranging from Staffing to Project Management. I currently work in the Knowledge Sharing (KS) Team, as a part of Global Learning & Knowledge, wherein I Lead the Global Knowledge Sharing Content Acquisition & Global Knowledge Specialist (India) teams.

    I feel IBM truly empowers and enables​ women to develop their professional and leadership skills to become better managers and leaders.

    For women to ascend the corporate ladder, the support of her family is paramount. I am fortunate to have the unconditional backing of my family that accords me to take new and challenging assignments.

    Being the First Line Manager, the advice I give to all my team members is to maintain an ideal work-life balance. Often with global teams, the time zone is our challenge and usually, a major part of the evening is spent in the overlap between the different time zones. This is where a manager or a leader can help by providing flexible work options in accordance with the policies." - Ferzeen Cooper, IBM.

  • Bhumika Patel ran the Boston Marathon as the official guide for a fellow IBMer. ��‍♀️��‍♂️
    Stories like these represent what makes IBM truly special: The strong desire of IBMers to help and inspire fellow IBMers. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM4c0

  • A professional hacker reveals how to create the best possible password http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMe8U

    A professional hacker reveals how to create the best possible password

    Creating a strong password that is easy to remember but difficult to guess can be tricky. That's why IBM's Etay Maor suggests using a lengthy phrase as your password rather than a random string of numbers. Since a phrase is notably longer than the typical password, it would be much more difficult for an algorithm to crack it.

  • "I have been with IBM for 18 years and have played various roles during this time. As an individual, I am always keen to learn something new and ready to make a significant contribution to the job at hand. As a manager, I follow a simple mantra: Allow your team to own their careers and nominate them for stretch assignments for extra learning. I also believe in recognizing teams at the right time by leveraging various recognition platforms that IBM offers. This has helped me build a diligent, focused, enthusiastic and engaged team which is ready to take on challenges, even in difficult situations." - Mousumi Pandit, IBM.

  • Confessions of a Content Designer http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMtws

    Confessions of a Content Designer - Design at IBM - Medium

    What I've learned over the last few years I've always known this, having been an incurable bookworm, pun aficionado, lover of lyrics, and wannabe writer for as long as I can remember. But until fairly recently, there wasn't a whole lot of evidence that the business world cared all that much about, well, words.

  • How This Former Army Sergeant Found an Entry-Level Job at IBM http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vME0Z

    How This Former Army Sergeant Found an Entry-Level Job at IBM

    Fortune's Entry/Level column is dedicated to people looking for and working in entry-level positions-read the full series here. We interview entry-levelers about their jobs, how they got them, what they want to do next, and more. The subject's answers are edited for clarity. Chris Walker grew up in the suburbs of Georgia.

  • A Colorful Journey: One IBMer’s Inclusive Experience http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMEEt

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