Q/A with DXC Technology’s Kerry Rainer – Influential Women in Re/insurance 2017

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Kerry Rainer, claims services director at Xchanging, a DXC Technology company, was chosen by Intelligent Insurer as one of its Influential Women in Re/insurance 2017. Learn what excites Kerry about the insurance field and her advice to young women considering entering this field. What do you do at DXC ? I’m the claims services director […]

The power of purpose in the war for talent

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When it comes to competing with the commercial sector in the war for talent, government has always had a secret weapon: Purpose. People are drawn to government service because of the impact they can have. I have had the privilege of working with many talented government employees who could have easily made more money in […]

Confidence in my 40s

This is part 3 of a 3-part series on Confidence  We have always been told that life begins at 40. And now, I am truly beginning to think that it does. As I move closer to the big 4-0, life seems to be more about actions and the difference you can make in the world. […]

DXC Cares: Employees support child hospice in Germany

Continuing our DXC Cares stories, this one is from employees at DXC Technology in Germany, who raised money to increase the quality of life for critically ill children. Read their inspirational story. Child hospice is of increasing importance and our employees wanted to help those in need. So DXC Technology in Germany got to work, […]

Actionable career advice for aspiring female leaders

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by Nikki Wilton, Global Sales Director, Xchanging, a DXC Company All the stats say that we need more Women in Leadership, but the situation hasn’t changed much in the last ten years. McKinsey predicts that if the pace of change continues at this rate it’ll take another 100 years, or 5 generations, to reach any […]

La forma de trabajar de los millennial impulsa el éxito empresarial (¡Créalo!)

Cuando se habla de los millennials,  la opinión típica entre los directivos suele ser algo condescendiente. Parecería que los trabajadores más jóvenes son niños que deben ser tolerados o con los que incluso conviene ser indulgentes: “Si no permitimos a los millennials  utilizar herramientas digitales de su elección en el trabajo, serán infelices e improductivos.” […]

A leap into the unknown: Behind the blog

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I’m Nieko. And before you continue reading this post or scroll to the bottom to see my photo, I want to surprise you. I’m a girl — a girl with a guy’s name. That’s something I’ve surprised many, many people with the first time they speak to me over the phone or meet me in […]

Your business skills are valuable to technology companies

This is part 3 in a 3-part series. As promised, this is the third part in my series, “Do technology companies mind if you’re not technical?” The other day I was asked by a colleague if my position in the graduate program was through an IT or computer science degree, and if so did I […]

A rant about corporate mission statements

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There are precious few things in my career that I have learned to avoid more than mission statement meetings.  It always shocked me that people actually volunteered for them. It seemed to me that it was the equivalent of prisoners volunteering to do community clean-up patrols to get outside the walls of the prison for […]

Technology companies do want you!

This is part 2 in a 3-part series. As mentioned in my last blog, if we are to become digital leaders, and keep up with the next generation of digital natives, we need to continue investing in our IT skills. For me, that was one of the driving factors in applying for a graduate position […]