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2019 Nitro Create split up our business technology department into teams assigned to a specific department with the task of creating a solution to help the department run smoother.
Ruby Developers were tasked to create and develop new systems to help Power function more efficiently.
This week allowed for different members of the business technology department to work alongside other team members they do not get to work with on a daily basis.
Employees enjoyed the opportunity to work in a more collaborative work environment.
Attendees got to unwind after a long day and celebrate their hard work with some ax throwing.
Everyone enjoyed watching their co-workers throw axes, and cheer them on as the competition heated up.
At the end of the week, each team demoed their work to conference attendees and company leadership.
Department heads were excited to see the finished work and eager to implement the new solutions into the day-to-day operations of the business.
After a long week separated, the teams came back together to celebrate Red Nose Day and to bring awareness to the organization about ending childhood poverty.
CIO Tim Wenhold kicked off DevConn 2019 with a quote, “Everyone can be an innovator because innovation is happening everywhere.”
The theme of DevCon 2019 were focused on recognizing that innovation is happening all around us.
Attendees were asked to discuss with one another their feelings and takeaways behind the idea of adopting the right mindset and the profound effect it has on leading your life.
CEO Asher Raphael lead a panel of developers from the Business Technology department asking them to share what being a developer means to them.
The company honored one of Power’s longest tenured developers for a decade worth of relentless dedication to improving Nitro and the company as a whole. .
The 2019 Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Summit kicked off by turning a local concert hall into a retro roller rink.
Employees couldn’t contain their excitement for the upcoming days of learning, reflection and self-betterment.
Summit attendees got to unwind after the day’s events with a cocktail party & live entertainment at the Hilton in Philly.
Lillian Humphrey, Director of CD&I at Power, challenged attendees to use the opportunity the summit presents to raise their levels of ‘wokeness’.
Employees shared their unique experiences understanding their privilege and overcoming class & adversity
In preparation for the summit, Power employees demonstrated what influence privilege can have even within our own walls.
Lillian Humphrey and Power Co-CEO Asher Raphael thanked attendees for their participation and effort all summit.
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