Adding to our blog series on our company values, we wanted to get some perspective on our "performance culture" that sits at the core of how we operate and why we've grown so quickly. We caught up with Catherine Kellogg to get her thoughts on this value.
Career development is always a hot topic and at Turbonomic we've made some huge progress in our programs and processes to enable career growth opportunities for our global employees. Each quarter, we get to celebrate career growth as we see the list of employee work anniversaries grow. We caught up with Megan Gay, Marketing Programs Manager to chat about her recent work anniversary and a company-funded trip!
We had so much great content after sitting down with Marc that we had to split this into a two part blog series. In this blog he discusses the role requirements, why he joined and the top five things someone in this role must focus on to be successful.
In this employee spotlight, we feature Marc Beckert who joined as a CSM but quickly transitioned over to a resident engineer position to support one of our largest clients - one of the 'big four' accounting firms. In part one of our two part spotlight, Marc dives into what his role is, what his team does and a bit about his core customer.
As we continue our series of insider recruiter tips that will help position you in the best way possible for an interview at Turbonomic, we’re releasing yet another characteristic that we look for in all of our candidates.
Company transparency is a hot button topic these days, but how are we at Turbonomic addressing transparency? It's one of our core values, so let's take a look at a few ways we remain transparent.
We're excited to follow up with part 2 of our Q&A series with go-to-market recruiter, Zach Choquette to dig deeper on the interview process at Turbonomic. I'll just get right into what Zach had to say:
Turbonomic is known as a company with a huge focus on innovation. If you missed our blog post about our culture of innovation, where we sat down with the CTO of Cloud, Mor Cohen-Tal, read it here. Even more so though, our culture is known as a high-performance, mission driven one and we strongly believe that in order to be successful here, you need to have what it takes to reach your highest potential and execute flawlessly. This is exactly what fuels our growth and continues to keep as the leaders in workload automation. To dig deeper into the value of performance at Turbonomic, I took some time to chat with Chief People Person, Kara Gilbert.
I recently caught up with CTO of Cloud at Turbonomic, Mor Cohen, and got her to discuss the three roles she has held here: Life as a Developer, Life as a Product Manager, and Life as CTO of Cloud. At Turbonomic you get the resources and support you need to accomplish your goals, but your career is very much in your hands in terms of how far you want it to go. For Mor, she was able to move from being a developer to a product manager and eventually became CTO of Cloud. Check out her write up below if you're curious what a day in the life is like for various roles here.
Turbonomic is a company built by brilliant engineers and grown through a highly-motivated sales team who demonstrate our value to customers. We offer many opportunities across the sales team, but one that some candidates always have questions about is our Enterprise Sales Account Executive positions and what we look for in top candidates. To answer some of this, I sat down with our go-to-market team Recruiter, Zach Choquette.