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Hall of Fame Flashback: Lauren States 2014
By WITI News Staff

Lauren started her career at IBM in 1978, and she is now the vice president of strategy and transformation of their software group sales division.   Read More

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Hall of Fame Flashback: Caroline Kovac 2002
By WITI News Staff

Caroline spent 20 years at IBM, where she held many executive management positions.   Read More

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Embrace the Risk of Failure
By Tom Panaggio

When Thomas Watson Sr., the man who built IBM into an international business powerhouse, said, "If you want to succeed quickly, double your failure rate," he was clearly not advocating purposefully making mistakes or putting yourself in a position to fail. What he was saying was that one's efforts are the keys to success; the more one fails, the more they try to succeed by giving themselves more opportunities.   Read More

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WITI 30th Anniversary: Dr. Barbara Grant, Former VP and GM of the Data Storage Division, IBM, 1996
By WITI News Staff

WITI celebrates our 30th Anniversary by remembering Dr. Barabara Grant's induction into the 1996 Hall of Fame.   Read More

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An Interview with Rhonda Childress
By Julia Miglets

Rhonda Childress is an IBM fellow vice president—GTS data security and privacy officer. As one of only 25 female IBM Fellows in IBM's history, Rhonda has created many firsts in her 25-year IBM career.   Read More

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What Tech Executives Don't Understand About Talent
By Will Marré

In a recent interview, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty said what most tech executives say about the growing talent shortage. She said we need more STEM education. She advocated channeling more students into science, technology engineering and math courses.   Read More