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EPIC2 Values Fuel Journey to Growth at VMware

Headshot 2Working at VMware has been an enriching experience so far and much of this is attributed to the company’s culture that is grounded up its EPIC­­2 values. I discovered VMware’s EPIC­­2 values for the first time during my internship in the summer of 2014. Initially, I shrugged it off thinking that these were just values that the company strived to follow, but were just in place to bring a respectful corporate culture. Little did I know that each of these values play a huge role in my day-to-day work life and when combined together, makes VMware one of the best places to work at in the entire tech industry.

Let’s dig deeper into how each of these values work together to make a positive impact on my experience here at VMware. The most important aspect of VMware’s EPIC2 values is that every single value involves working as a team, whether it is with customers, peers, or the community as a whole. Most of my learning has come from open discussions and asking questions with my peers. Knowing that there’s always someone to answer questions and make sure I’m on track to complete tasks is very rewarding, and because of this, I find pleasure in helping other people out whenever I can.

Even as an intern, I felt comfortable reaching out to the VP of our division to get a clearer understanding of the company’s approach to the cloud platform. This allowed me to challenge the status quo right from the start and help bring about changes in the way our group develops and tests the product. For example, I recently organized a Test Fest event where the whole team, developers, quality engineers, and even the product manager sat down in a room and tested a new feature before it went to alpha release. This event allowed us to think more from a customer lens and was an eye-opening experience.

Teamwork 3One of the challenging aspects of working in tech is that there can be technical issues that you are directly responsible for fixing. Although it can be frustrating when you have to debug a component that you are responsible for, I’ve learned to keep any sort of ego at the door because I’ve realized that the whole team is genuinely interested in helping me and making sure that the issue gets resolved. Even when working with different VMWare products in the platform, the different product teams will always make an effort to help when I have questions because at the end of the day it’s not about a specific product, it’s about VMware’s progress as a whole. Everybody within the company wants to deliver products that are efficient and of high quality that make things better for our customers.

Screen Shot 2015-10-21 at 11.40.05 AMAnother unique aspect of VMware, which sets it apart from any other company in Silicon Valley, is how much it values community. Through the VMware Foundation, VMware employees receive 40 paid hours each year to leverage their talents and skills to help strengthen communities across the globe. There are service learning projects throughout the year to fuel efforts to give back. Recently I gave back by volunteering with the VMware University Relations Team at one of their university campus events. One of the swag items that we gave to college students was a GlobalGiving gift card that they could redeem to donate to the NGO of their choice. It was truly rewarding to see how excited the students were to give back to the community, and reaffirmed why I value the opportunity to serve at VMware.

Overall, I feel very fortunate to work for a company that truly embraces its values and makes an effort to keep them intact while adapting to the constant changes in the world. VMware has not only helped me grow as a technical professional, but as an individual, which is why I cannot wait to continue my journey at one of the most cutting-edge companies in the world.

 

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Northeastern University Student Highlights the Endless Opportunity for Growth as a Marketing Co-op at VMware

At VMware, interns and co-ops work alongside industry thought leaders to pave the way for Information Technology. Connect with Marketing Co-op for the Office of the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) and Northeastern University student, Madison Soave, and hear how her passion for numbers and engaging with others is fueled at VMware.

 

Madison Soave - HeadshotName: Madison Soave

Role: Office of the Chief Marketing Officer, Co-Op

Office Location: VMware Headquarters – Palo Alto, California

University: Northeastern University

 

Pursuing a Passion for Marketing and Finance

I’ve always been a big fan of numbers and spreadsheets but never wanted to lose the social engagement often associated with Finance or Accounting jobs. My passion for creativity and to create meaningful connections with people compelled me to pursue a career in Marketing. At first I thought these opposing interests would force me to choose a career path early in my college education. However through Northeastern’s co-op program, that has not been the case.

Through this program, I have learned that to have a strong Marketing department you need to understand the metrics and financials behind the operations. Understanding the analytics behind every marketing decision allows you to forecast and re-evaluate the content you share, the audience you target, the platforms you engage with and the direction of your messages or products. Understanding the financials behind Marketing led me to my first co-op in financial services at MasterCard, and from there, to my current marketing co-op with VMware’s Office of the CMO.Co-op Group

A Day in the Life at VMware

Working in the Office of the CMO brings about new challenges and opportunities to learn and grow everyday. No one-day is the same. One main benefit of working in the Office of the CMO is great executive exposure. From attending Company-wide All Hands and Quarterly Business Review meetings, to hosting Socialcast Town Halls (virtual town hall meetings with VMware employees across the globe), to working on an Executive Dashboard – my exposure and interactions with upper executives has allowed me to build a strong and expansive network.

Reporting directly to the Chief of Staff, I have been entrusted with a great responsibility and am often looped into many high level meetings. My day-to-day is never routine, but instead consists of managing multiple projects at once. My current projects include building an executive scorecard to reach C-level executives, planning a department wide service learning day, creating a Global Marketing onboarding guide on our internal platform, and assisting in 2016 Planning. Definitely never a dull moment, which is how I like my days to be.

Milestone Memories  

One of my favorite memories is VMworld. During the conference, I assisted the VMware Briefing Center in conducting customer meetings. Seeing the excitement from all the VMware enthusiasts fuels such an energy inside you. Knowing and seeing exactly who the end user of your product is puts meaning behind all of the hard work the Marketing department does.

To wrap VMworld up, the party at AT&T Park was definitely a highlight. With Neon Trees and Alabama Shakes, VMware knows how to host an evening full of entertainment. When the lead of Neon Trees performed, he mentioned that all of the people in the crowd are very lucky to have found a company that looks after them and celebrates their achievements. This is something I am proud to be a part of.

Embracing Moments of Growth 

Service Day - Habitat for HumanityGiven the responsibility of planning a service learning day for the Marketing department was one of my most rewarding, yet challenging moments of growth at VMware. I was tasked with the logistics of finding the right non-profit organizations to engage with, solidifying a date, organizing shift times with 85+ VMware colleagues, creating an easy platform to have employees sign up through, and customizing a menu and grocery-shopping list for a food kitchen organization.

I quickly learned that with an event this size and scope, not everything will go as planned. For example, organizations tried to change their location and volunteer capacity. Since this event, I have learned to plan for the unexpected and “control the controllables.” It was so fulfilling to see that with all of my efforts:

  • 28 employees assisted in painting and reconstructing 6 homes
  • 19 employees assisted in serving hot meals
  • 14 employees helped sort 15,000 lbs. of food at a food bank
  • 13 employees helped prepare a meal and feed over 45 individuals
  • 11 employees assisted in preparing the ingredients for meal packages to be distributed to individuals in need

The feedback I received was tremendous and made me realize that hard work and good organization really can pay off.

The high-tech industry is changing the way the world operates, and VMware is at the forefront of making this happen. VMware is a growing business, and as the company grows, so can you. The opportunities are endless at VMware. If you’re looking to grow your career, then my advice to you is be open and accepting to change. With change comes new opportunities and exponential career growth.

 

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OUTC 2015: A Conference to Remember

From the moment I walked into Twitter Headquarters for OUTC (Out for Undergrad in Technology Conference) 2015, I was greeted with warmth and excitement. Everyone was all smiles and eager to begin what was to be three days of growth, learning, and meaningful connections. Day two (company representatives didn’t come until the second day) kicked off with an inspirational keynote from entrepreneur, theoretical neuroscientist, and technologist, Dr. Vivienne Ming.IMG_4211 Dr. Ming shared that people have 11 opportunities in life to maximize their full potential. She expressed to students the importance of taking advantage of opportunities that come their way. Dr. Ming’s keynote set the tone for the remainder of the conference by challenging conference attendees to maximize their full potential. By doing so, not only could each individual thrive, but also the entire workplace community could grow.

Following Dr. Ming’s keynote, students were asked to reflect on their own strengths, areas of development, and what they are truly looking for in a professional work environment. I, along with other VMware and industry volunteers, helped guide the conference attendees in this reflection exercise. Through this, students were able to define what they are looking for in a career by reflecting on likes and dislikes from previous roles. It was inspiring to hear how many students were interested in gaining a mentor. I have personally grown through my mentorship at VMware, so it was rewarding to be able to share more about our mentor program for students with OUTC participants.12032231_10206157020699409_6116222013999526344_n

VMware’s own VP of HR Centers of Excellence, Rich Lang, also spoke with students during one of OUTC’s Lightening Talks. Rich shared with students how he has been more successful and an all around happier individual when he has brought his full self to work. It was inspiring to see how Rich’s talk resonated with students. During the career fair later that day I had an attendee tell me that she felt that Rich’s words were shared directly to her. She went on to add that after hearing Rich speak, she now had the courage to be her true self back at school.

Overall, I was blown away by the intellectual prowess of the students and their drive to grow in their careers after school. I’m proud that VMware was a part of such an inspiring weekend that empowers future technology leaders in the LGBT community and am happy to know that our workplace community fosters an environment where all people can thrive.

 

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A Guide to Company Tech Talks & Information Sessions on Campus

In my most recent post on the VMware Careers blog, I shared four tips that can empower students to ace a university career fair. Today I want to dive into how students can get the most out of another campus recruiting activity that takes place throughout the year – Company Tech Talks and Information Sessions.

When you hear the term “tech talk,” it’s safe to assume that this event will be a highly technical presentation on a product, process, business unit, or intricate enterprise undertaking. At VMware, Tech Talks for the University Relations Program are geared towards the research PhD or graduate level audiences.20020155742_2171824932_o

Unlike the Tech Talk, Information Sessions can often have several meanings. Traditionally an information session is an event where a variety of information is shared to give a more in depth look at a company’s core business process, culture, or vision. For VMware, our Information Sessions tend to take on a hybrid approach where students not only get exposure to VMware’s culture and business strategy, but they also get an inside look at a particular product or project, thus giving it that “Tech Talk” feel.

Now that you have a better understanding of how we at VMware define Tech Talks and Information Sessions, I want to dive into how you can make the most out of attending one of these campus events.

1. Have a Game Plan

To make the most out of a campus tech talk or information session, you need to have a game plan. This means doing your homework on the company prior to the event, thinking about your personal interests and skill sets, and determining whether or not there is a match between you and the company. By doing so, you are lining yourself up to have the right kind of exposure, which in return will empower you in your career aspirations.

2. Seize Opportunities to Connect

Company tech talks or information sessions are unique in that they provide students with the opportunity to connect with company representatives in a more relaxed and intimate setting, unlike traditional career fairs where students are often competing for an employer’s attention due to the number of students attending the event. They are a great way to show continued interest in a company. When someone like myself sees a familiar face at multiple events, it often bodes well for the student assuming that his or her background is a match for our current opportunities. If a student has had multiple positive interactions with company representatives, it will increase the likelihood that his or her profile will be shared with the business after a campus event.

3. Targeted Information for Growth

When VMware hosts an information session on campus, it is often tailored around what the university is known for from a course-work perspective. For example, the VMware University Relations Team recently held an information session at North Carolina State University (NCSU) that had a deep dive into VMware’s Networking and Security Business Unit. NCSU is known to have a strong networking and security curriculum. By targeting our information sessions around a particular university’s focus, students have the opportunity to get a better understanding of how VMware can empower them to grow in their career after school. It is important to note that a student’s interests do not always have to align with the content of a particular session that a company is hosting on campus. A passion and interest in a company along with a strong profile will get you noticed as companies often have a variety of opportunities throughout their company.

4. Kindness Goes a Long Way

Tech Talks and Information Sessions should be rewarding for both the student and the employer. To create an atmosphere where both groups thrive, it is important to show kindness and common courtesy during an event. When a student goes to an event, it is important to remember that the company representatives are taking time out of their day to share more about their passions and how their employer allows them to do great work. Show the company representatives that you want to be there by giving them your full attention, closing your laptops, and muting your phones. It goes a long way when a student is positive and engaging with thoughtful questions during an event.

To close, there is no question that attending a company Tech Talk or Information Session is a smart move for a student’s job search. They increase your exposure with an employer of choice and will propel you towards your next opportunity after university.

 

 

 

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Women Connecting Women Program Grows at VMware

The VMware Women Connecting Women program (VWCW) is designed to provide our female interns and co-ops with the opportunity to gain mentorship, leadership, and networking skills and expand their personal and professional network. Our hope is that the program will provide an additional resource and support for our interns during the course of their time with VMware. We are excited to have the program, now in its third year, expand to other global VMware sites such as China and India.VCW_PA_2015

To kick off VWCW’s summer 2015 events in the United States (U.S.), our mentors and mentees gather for a fantastic breakfast at our Palo Alto, Austin, and Cambridge sites to learn more about VMware’s diversity and inclusion initiatives, and what the mentor-mentee relationship entails. Betsy Sutter, Chief People Officer, welcomed our new class of mentors and mentees in Palo Alto, and Amber Boyle, Global Lead for VMwomen, conducted a Q&A on VMware’s VMwomen efforts. The breakfast concluded with Mimi Hills, Product Globalization Director, sharing her principles on mentorship.

In China, our VWCW program kickoff was a joint effort with the VMware China WIT (Women in Technology) program. Yanbing Li, Vice President and General Manager for Storage and Availability, and Helen Yang, Director of Human Resources, shared their experiences and tips for successful mentorship.VWCW_China_3

We also conducted a career development workshop, entitled Dream Big, Set Goals, and Take Action. At the workshop, our mentees learned practical ideas and strategies around personal branding, networking, setting career path, and the importance of building one’s communication skills.

Additional highlights of the U.S. program included our paint night event at VMware Headquarters. Paint night was a fun way for our VWCW members to hang out and discuss backgrounds and interests with other interns and mentors.WCWInternPaintNight20150716-7-DSC_8205

As many of our interns in the U.S. headed back to school at the end of August, our VWCW Program in the U.S. was concluded with a teatime luncheon in Palo Alto.

Many of our China and India interns are still on campus as the duration of their internship extends beyond a three-month period like most internships in the United States. VMware India will be participating in the upcoming Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India and will conclude the 2015 Women Connecting Women Program with a high tea in December.

It has been inspiring to see the camaraderie among the VWCW mentors and mentees across our global sites. We know that many have built relationships that will last beyond their internships at VMware.

 

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An Inside Look at VMware Cork

Growth of VMware in Cork

With headquarters in Palo Alto, California, VMware was founded in 1998. Today it has offices in more than 120+ locations worldwide and employs more than 18,000 people. One of those global locations is in Ballincollig, which is 8 kilometers west of Cork city in Ireland. The office campus is situated in 6 buildings at Barrack Square, a historic military barracks that was originally established in 1810 and has been home to VMware since 2007. The first VMware employee in Cork was hired in 2005 and the company has experienced remarkable growth since then both locally and worldwide. There are currently close to 800 employees in Ballincollig, making VMware Cork the third biggest site globally.VMW_Cork_Updated_Blog_Photo

This year VMware celebrated 10 years of operations in Cork. The Cork office was buzzing with excitement as the day was celebrated with a summer festival in the beautiful Barrack Square, which is the center point of VMware Cork’s 6 buildings. When speaking about the day John Dolan, who was the first employee in Cork and is now Vice President of Worldwide Global Technical Support, shared, “The day personified the spirit of what the Cork campus is all about”.

Employees at VMware Cork support customers throughout the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa). VMware Cork houses functions such as Global Support Services, Finance, Inside Sales, IT, Order Management, Deal Desk, Facilities, Legal, HR and Recruitment/Staffing. It’s a truly multi-cultural campus with native speakers of more than 20 different languages. Employees can avail of a wide variety of activities including a running club, tag rugby, cookery classes, among others, and there are regular social events, including the annual Summer BBQ, Bring your Kids to Work Day, Welcome to Cork BBQ events for new employees to integrate with their colleagues, and of course the now famous VMware Cork Chili growing competition.

Giving Back 

There is a strong sense of community and a culture of service throughout VMware’s global offices. Through the VMware Foundation, employees are empowered to support the causes closest to their hearts. Programs such as Service Learning, Matching Gifts, Milestone Awards, and Social Investments exist to amplify VMware people’s support of those causes and reflect our Community’s collective impact.IMG_0077

For example, an employee-led team at VMware Cork recently finished its third year of serving with CoderDojo at Scoil Mhuire, an all-girls local Primary School based in Ballincollig, Cork. Passionate about the need for greater female representation in the IT and Computing industries, a team of employees organized the initiative and used Service Learning hours to mentor the girls at Scoil Mhuire and teach them to code.

Employees across the Cork site have also contributed their Service Learning time and talents with organizations such as Terence MacSwiney Community Collegelrish Cancer SocietyPenny DinnersBarnardos, and Age Action Ireland, to name a few.

VMwomen

VMwomen is an enterprise initiative to harness the power of human difference to drive great business outcomes for employees, customers, and shareholders. At VMware, we know that diversity among teams drives greater business outcomes, improves financial performance, and increases innovation.* Achieving our business goals depends on our ability to attract, engage, and advance talented people from diverse backgrounds and perspectives. As such, we launched VMwomen to attract, retain and advance our female talent as the first step in our long-term diversity and inclusion journey. The VMwomen Cork Subcommittee is helping drive this initiative with a number of projects underway for 2015/2016.IMG_7122

Partnership with Cork Institute of Technology 

Investing in third level education is a key focus for VMware. The company played a major role in partnering with Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) to develop the world’s first suite of Masters and Undergraduate Degree programs in Cloud Computing, with the first graduates conferred in May 2013. In another mark of the strength of the relationship between VMware and CIT, the company also sponsors the football, hurling and camogie teams at CIT.

Awards & Recognition

Karen Egan, Senior Director, Global Support, won the Everywoman International Leader of the Year award in March 2015. Karen is the main sponsor of our Cloud Careers Work Placement Program in Cork and a champion of the all-girl CoderDojo community group for primary school girls. Upon accepting her award Karen shared, “I’m absolutely delighted to see so many women in the audience of such a high caliber today. I really am honored to accept this award and make sure I use it to bring more females into IT and furthering their education.”

VMware has been part of the Ballincollig Community for 10 years. This year VMware Cork was delighted to win Best Large Business award 2015 at the Ballincollig Business Association awards.

In 2013 VMware was awarded Cork Chamber of Commerce Company of the Year. The award was in recognition of the company’s culture of innovation, the quality of its workforce, its continued growth and its contribution to the local economy.

One of the main factors behind VMware winning the award, according to the judges, was its apprenticeship program. VMware has adopted the government-sponsored JobBridge scheme enthusiastically. Known internally as the Cloud Careers Program, the company takes non-IT unemployed people and puts them through a three-month technical training program, followed by a six-month work placement. Since its introduction three years ago, over 90% of participants have secured employment with VMware.

VMware took the honors in the 2013 ‘Sustained Excellence’ category award at the IT@Cork Leaders Awards in County Hall.

IDA Ireland, the state body responsible for attracting Foreign Direct Investment into the country, has highlighted VMware as a success story when enticing new companies to the Cork region. In May 2014, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny visited VMware in Ballincollig in recognition of the company’s investment in the local workforce, where he remarked, “You’re a great brand image for our country.

VMware Cork is where it is today because of the passionate and diverse community of people that work together to challenge the status quo while driving what’s next for Information Technology.

 

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The Pursuit of Happiness: How a VMware Employee Defied Convention to Grow

Following a Dream

When I was 7-years-old, one of my teachers gave my classmates and I an assignment to share what we wanted to be when we grew up. I do not remember exactly why I chose the answer “I want to be happy,” but today I’ve discovered the power of this simple statement.905864_698978156846470_1877143451362006988_o (1)

I grew up in a beautiful small town in the south of Costa Rica, a place full of peace, color, happiness, farmers and nature. At the end of the ‘90s, it was not easy for that town’s families to believe in education, and going to university was just a dream for some kids and teenagers. For many of these children, primary school was enough in their parents’ eyes. From a young age, I decided that I wanted to continue studying after my first six years of education. However, my parents were not convinced of the benefits of this decision. This did not deter me, and year after year, I kept insisting that I go to university. After three years of hearing a little girl claiming over and over about the power of education, my parents finally decided to give this opportunity to me – their second girl (there were five children at home). I took that chance, gave it my best, finished my secondary school, was admitted to the Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica (Technological Institute of Costa Rica), and moved alone to the city to live my university years.

In 2014, during my Bachelor’s degree graduation, I could see in my parents’ eyes how happy they felt because of the decision they had made to let me go to university. To know that all my siblings are attending university now, that the majority of the teenagers of my town are attending university, and that most of the families where I grew up now believe that education opens doors and minds, makes me feel really happy and thankful with life.10482071_711554248880841_985345348252413933_o (1)

Exploring New Possibilities

One of the most amazing experiences that university gave me was the opportunity to be a part of the Tec Team, a group of 36 students from 14 different majors from across the Technological Institute of Costa Rica. In 2014, we attended the Solar Decathlon Europe, an international competition which challenges university teams from around the world to design and build functional houses powered by energy from the sun. The event took place in Versailles, France. We stayed in France for almost six weeks, sharing our ideas with people from more than 16 countries, learning about new and amazing cultures, and expanding our way of seeing the world. Since I came back, my life has been completely different. I now understand that while I will always love my roots, I am made to look for new challenges beyond what I had ever dreamed of, that there are so many experiences out there to pursue. And when I say “out,” I am not talking just about other countries. I’m talking about going outside of my comfort zone. I’ve discovered that challenges driven with passion and determination can give you a beautiful kind of happiness that is so worth it.10687927_763861960316736_5376374195356761005_o (1)

Embracing the World at VMware

Looking for new horizons, I discovered that VMware was an excellent company to start my next journey after university. I started working at VMware’s Costa Rica office in June 2015 as an Accounting Analyst, partnering with the AirWatch Renewals Research team that is located in Atlanta, Georgia (U.S.A.) I am so excited about learning more about VMware, AirWatch products, and the customer renewals process.

VMware shines by itself on the outside, but being inside is much more amazing than I could have ever imagined. From day one, I have felt like I am a part of this huge family, and everybody in our family spreads the spirit and enthusiasm of our culture since our first hand shakes. This is not just a job, this is one of the best decisions that I have made for me. It makes me smile when I’m on my way to work every morning, challenges me to give my best to my work, and it is where I can give back to the community. VMware is the perfect place to embrace an epic life. In my opinion, if you can be happy in the place you spend most of your time, then you are sure to find a good balance of happiness in your life and that is priceless.

Although my road at VMware has just started, I know that there are many opportunities to discover, new goals to achieve, and a lot of amazing people to meet. Today I am happy, and that makes me proud because I know that I’m pursuing my professional life goal.

 

 

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