As Thomas Watson Jr. said about IBM in 1957, “This is a company of human beings, not machines; personalities, not products; people, not real estate.” And a truer word hath not been spoken!
Welcome to IBM, a company that hands down the legacy to its employees and prepare them for life. A company where employees get opportunities to build their career rather than just ‘working’. Indeed IBM is where we, the employees, discover a new way of life. A way of life that changes our career and gives us the confidence to move ahead.
Get the power to change the way the world works.
If it is the ‘power to change the way the world works’ is what you seek in your career, then IBM Business Services is the perfect place for you to be in. Our company values fresh perspectives of experienced professionals, and they are given the opportunity to turn their expertise in to value for leading clients. And that in turn will enhance the portfolio of individual and combined accomplishments.
If you wish to make a difference on global issues such as climate change, energy production, health care and more, then start doing it from your first day as an IBM employee. Through company’s global delivery network, not only you will be offered worldwide expertise but also will get a deeper understanding of local capabilities, markets and cultures.
Get a chance to work with the best and brightest.
Working with the best and brightest people in the world will always yield a positive outcome. Our company’s employees include Nobel Prize winners, Turing Award recipients and award-winning consultants. IBMers globally represent some of the most extraordinary, sophisticated and insightful people. And you can be one of them!
The company will give you the opportunity of a lifetime to broaden your influence among a diverse and esteemed international network of colleagues. These connections enable you to propel your career forever.
I hope now you got a better picture of how IBM moulds employees and empowers them. And there are more reasons for you join us at IBM. I will share those insights with you in my next blog post. Keep following…