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Weyen Burnam Reimagines Storage

Weyen Burnam knows bigger isn’t always better. Since joining StorageMart, his family’s business, in 2000, the company has achieved tremendous...

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Blog 2 months ago
Deidre Buzzetto Knows Less Is More

When Lenovo went through a large acquisition in 2014, acquiring IBM’s x86 server business encompassing about 1,500 employees in both office and...

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Bethany Logan Ropa Found Herself the First

“I was not expecting to be a trailblazer in this business,” Bethany Logan Ropa says. “I thought the generation prior to mine had already paved the...

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Blog 4 months ago
Deidre Buzzetto Knows Less Is More

When Lenovo went through a large acquisition in 2014, acquiring IBM’s x86 server business encompassing about 1,500 employees in both office and...

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Blog 4 months ago
For Becky Wright, It Just Comes Naturally

It’s not every day that you get the chance to work at one of your favorite companies. When Becky Wright was presented with the opportunity to join...

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Ned Corini Uses Data for Power

Ned Corini knows that developing a thorough skill set in corporate real estate isn’t something one can accomplish just through heads-down work in...

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Blog 5 months ago
American Builders Quarterly

As the director of workplace strategies and global facilities management at SAP, Dwain Christensen sees his colleagues as his customers. His...

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Blog 5 months ago
Sarah Abrams and the Value of Why

Sarah Abrams likes to use analogies to drive home a message, particularly when making a case for change. In coming to Iron Mountain in 2012, after...

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Ryan Magnuson Builds on UChicago Medicine’s Chicago Roots

Early in Ryan Magnuson’s career, he discovered that growing within a company does not always mean moving up the ladder. He started as a real estate...

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