Maybe you can't replace what you had in person, but there is still valuable insight into how teams can continue to bond and connect in a fully remote environment.
It's been months since the initial outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan. In a way, looking at ThoughtWorks China's actions are like looking into the future and our regions have taken China's leadership response as a blueprint of how to take a proactive, people-focused approach to keeping people safe.
It’s one thing to be productive on your own or in pairs in remote and distributed working, but that isn’t the same as collaborating in groups. The difference boils down to important principles and techniques.
On 25th February, the 2019-20 leaders in the Australian workplace for gender equality were announced by the WGEA. We're delighted that ThoughtWorks Australia have been recognised as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality for the 8th time! This is a reflection of our desire to continuously strive for change towards a more equitable and inclusive future.
10 Jahre Technology Radar! Zweimal im Jahr verraten wir euch, welche Technologien erfolgversprechend sind und welche ausgemustert werden sollten. Spannende Zahlen rund um den 10. Geburtstag findet ihr hier: https://thght.works/2ONGzL9
How far would you move for your dream job? Tiffany Leung shares her journey that took her around the world (literally!)
Interested in attending a conference focused on technology at the core? No fuss just real tech? We’re excited to announce that our tickets for #XConfEurope 2019 are now live! Get your tickets here: https://thght.works/2VEC1ai #tech #eu #xconfeu
Join Ian Cartwright, member of our Doppler Group and Aliki Yiannakou, Software Developer on Tuesday 21st May at Federation House, Manchester for a presentation and discussion on our latest Tech Radar. Register here http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMvs3
On March 29, 2019, ThoughtWorks was named Employer of the Year at the 2019 Women in IT Awards in New York, organized by Information Age. In addition, several ThoughtWorks leaders received recognition for their continued advocacy for women in the IT industry: - Dr. Rebecca Parsons Finalist, CTO of the Year -- for IT excellence and leadership. - Tarsha McCormick Finalist, Advocate of the Year -- for bringing more women into IT careers. - Cassandra Shum Finalist, Future CIO of the Year -- for excellence in IT and demonstrated progress towards C-level leadership. Maintaining and creating a diverse and inclusive workforce is part of ThoughtWorks' DNA -- the company has seen first-hand the positive impact the experiences and perspectives of people from diverse backgrounds have on the workplace. ThoughtWorks was named Employer of the Year based on its efforts to attract and retain women technologists. Read more here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMXZQ
Gender diversity and inclusivity are in our DNA, so we're proud to announce that we won #NPWAwards 'Medium Organisation'. We hope that our efforts and the efforts of other organisations improve gender equality in tech. Learn about our diversity and inclusitivty here - http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMXrm