24 Sep 2021
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The Art of Verbal Hygiene

Ruth Porat has been the CFO of Alphabet (the parent company of Google) since 2015. She is a role model, a glass-ceiling breaker, a change maker, a superb businesswoman. In 2016, during Alphabet’s annual stockholders meeting, one of the (male) stockholders referred to her as…

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Communication is Key

Habib Isaac is a Renewal Manager at Blue Yonder. Based in Monterrey, Mexico, Habib gives us a peek inside his career journey along with lessons learned after his team was moved entirely remote due to COVID-19. Habib also shares valuable advice for individuals just starting…

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An Empathetic Disposition

Blue Yonder’s Liz Jorgensen shares why it is important to be empathetic to yourself just as much as to others. It’s all about giving yourself grace and taking care of your own wellbeing, too. She talks about striving to be a role model for her…

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Being Yourself

Bobby Heptig believes it’s important to be yourself – just as Blue Yonder’s Associate Resource Group (ARG) BYourself states. In this week’s DIVE IN blog he shares his experiences as a gay man – from adopting a daughter and recognizing his own biases – and…

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Expanding Your Horizons

Rachel Longo is a senior global mobility specialist at Blue Yonder and talks about how her role here supporting associates from all over the world has given her new appreciation for the opportunities afforded in the United States and embracing each other’s differences and cultures….

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Life’s Defining Moments

Scott Welty, GVP global partner enablement at Blue Yonder, shares one of his life’s most defining moments – when he learned his child was diagnosed with non-verbal autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism-related catatonia. Her strength and resilience inspires him daily, while also reminding him…

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The Importance of Continuous Learning

Michael Prim runs the Service First initiative at Blue Yonder, which aims to provide guidance to key players within Blue Yonder on what it means to be SaaS (Software-as-a-Service). A student worker at Blue Yonder in 2009 while receiving his PhD in physics, Michael shares…

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I Don’t Like Equality

Who would argue against everyone being treated the same? Well, I would actually. I don’t like equality. Treating everybody exactly the same way sounds like a good idea, but when you suddenly find yourself disadvantaged or excluded because “it’s the same for everyone,” then you…