ChaiOne Insights: Culture & Management (3)

How to Find Out If An Organization Is The Right Fit

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ChaiOne Employee Spotlight: Lali Lobzhanidze

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ChaiOne Employee Spotlight: Nia Hall, Project Manager

2 minutes read

This month, we are featuring one of our project managers, Nia Hall. Nia came to us after a career in marketing and advertising, most recently earning her M.B.A. with a specialization in marketing. As project manager, she is responsible for anything and everything related to keeping projects on budget and on schedule.

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What is Digital Transformation?

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You own a large, multi-family residential complex. When tenants need to pay rent or submit maintenance requests, they come down to the manager’s office and stand in a line behind the desk.

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ChaiOne Employee Spotlight: Nic Nash, Full Stack Engineer

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This month's employee spotlight focuses on Nic Nash, one of our full stack engineers. Nic has been with the company for one year and 8 months, using Javascript, HTML and CSS to push the limits of what can be done in a browser.

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The 5 Essential Elements To Guarantee A Successful Company

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Having the smartest people in a company does not guarantee success. The best most defendable product in the world does not guarantee success. Being the first to market in any industry does not guarantee success. What will guarantee success is understanding the basic elements of a successful business system. It requires the most important asset in your organization, your people, to understand and embrace the 5 essential ingredients in business.

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Women Who Code: Rails Girls

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If you take a broad look at the software development community, you’ll find female developers scarce. Studies and polls average that approximately only 10%  are women programmers. That percentage also happens to be represented in my own workplace. If you’re wondering why the ratio is so low, the answer isn’t discrimination. Instead, I’d speculate that most women (especially young women) generally aren’t exposed to software development or encouraged to seek it as a career.

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Jumpstart Your Innovation Process and Strategy for 2016

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On-demand delivery apps have exploded, Amazon Echo’s Alexa is now calmly tracking consumers’ grocery lists, the iPad has a stylus and a new bet on enterprise, new enterprise applications are dramatically lowering the cost of operations for many industries and self-driving cars are making progress-- all in 2015.

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