It is almost two years since Vineet Whig left us…Like many of his mentees, his leaving this world was a shock for me. His death made me realize that I needed to live a life of purpose, for myself, for my family and my friends. I asked myself the question, “what would Vineet do?” and the … Continue reading Remembering Vineet Whig!
Join me on May 9 on For the leaders, by the leaders talk – Improve Leadership Performance with Mindfulness.
Excited to be speaking on the Emerging Leadership track at the 3rd Annual - 2018 Women Transforming Technology Conference (WT2)! on May 22. See you there! Details here
LaToya from SheNomads interviews me on my thoughts on work-life balance and fastracking corporate career. Interview by LaToya Allen | Video and Images by Rashim Mogha This month, we’re taking a deeper dive into work-life balance. Oracle Senior Director, for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Rashim Mogha started off as a software engineer and has always worked with global teams. … Continue reading Interview with LaToya from SheNomads
The more I talk to women in leadership positions, the more I realize that diversity by default does not mean inclusion. "Yes, you have women on your leadership team, but do you include them in your decision-making process?” Organizations need to understand that just appointing women in leadership positions is not enough. Women need to … Continue reading Diversity, Inclusion, Mindfulness and Technology – My thoughts covered by Forbes
Today enterprises spend over $3 trillion in IT of which about $114 billion moved to cloud in 2016. By 2020, enterprises will spend over $216 billion per year in cloud services. Per a study conducted by LinkedIn, cloud and distributed computing skills are the most sought after skills globally. As enterprises move their workloads to … Continue reading 2018 Learning Trends in Cloud Computing Industry
I am excited about being on the speaker panel for the Girl Geek X event. This is such an amazing opportunity to interact with smart and dynamic women in technology. Although Oracle Open World was about 2 months ago, my thoughts go back to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure innovation awards. a.i solutions- winner of the … Continue reading Women in Technology
Pleasantly surprised:) A former co-worker emailed me to let me know that my article on Training Strategy was featured on anewspring.com. It is such a joy to be able to share my knowledge and experience and people find value in it. see here.
I will be on the speaker panel of the Girl Geek X event hosted by Oracle on Thursday, Dec. 7th in Redwood Shores . Our Girl Geek event will feature great speakers and exciting demos including Emerging Technologies, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Cloud Apps. Thomas Kurian, president of product development at Oracle is the sponsor and will be … Continue reading Join me at the Girl Geek Event
We all know that a robust training strategy plays an integral role in driving the success of an organization. In spite of this, in my career of over 15 years, I have spent quite a bit of time explaining that training strategy is not a bunch of power points/ videos thrown together to make a … Continue reading What’s Your Training Strategy?