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Data Scientists at Objectivity – an interview

No matter big or small, companies around the world have been experimenting with AI to stay competitive in their respective markets and explore the benefits delivered by digital transformation. According to Harvard Business Review, Data Scientist is the Sexiest Job of the century! We caught up with Marta Markiewicz and Michał Zgrzywa, Heads of Data […]

Becoming a Business Analyst for the German Market at Objectivity

Objectivity is expanding on the German market and thus we are looking for more Business Analysts who speak German. Below you will find an FAQ of everything you wanted to know about a BA role at Objectivity but were too afraid to ask. If you see yourself as a good link between a company and […]

Becoming a PM at Objectivity

After the first edition of Junior PM Challenge at Objectivity, I have the pleasure to be a mentor for one of the participants, who has been hired as a Junior Project Coordinator. I have always enjoyed sharing my knowledge with others, so I approached the mentoring with a huge dose of optimism and involvement. One […]

Is it possible to recruit great data scientists?

Creative thinking and a little mathematics provide some interesting insights. Data & artificial intelligence seem to be high on every CIOs wish list. Data scientists and associated roles are literally worth their weight in gold. A quick search on Google Trends shows there has never been a greater interest than now. Finding talented people can […]

Being a Team Leader at Objectivity – what is it all about?

What does it mean to be a Team Leader at Objectivity? How is this role different from such position at other companies? Is our Team Leader the same as a Line Manager at your workplace? How does this function work in our team? The most reliable information comes from the source. This is why we […]

“Start IT Mum!” supported by our mentors

“Start IT Mum!” is an education program powered by Objectivity. The purpose of this project is to engage professionally inactive mums. We received over one hundred applications from women who want to join the program and start a new adventure with testing. Requirements are simple: practical knowledge of English (B2 level), availability in afternoon hours, […]

Best practices in nearshoring

We all outsource some of our duties to third parties, sometimes because we don’t have time to do things on our own (for example hiring a nanny or sending kids to day-care), other times because it’s simply convenient, but very often because someone might be more experienced than us (e.g. using the services of professional […]

The Legal AI Forum and the state of flux

The take off Last week I had the pleasure of attending The Legal AI Forum, allegedly the only international event to focus on the commercial implications and business strategy of AI for the legal sector. When I was stepping out of the airplane at Stansted Airport on Monday evening, I was ready to gain a […]

The power of feedback

Feedback is considered one of the most powerful factors in the communication process, practiced not only in business but also in a private life. For example, if you ask a colleague to write an email to a client and they say ‘OK’ and nod their head, that’s one form of feedback indicating they understand and […]

Future Decoded 2017 with Objectivity

The same as last year, we had a pleasure to participate in Microsoft Future Decoded – the biggest event organized by Microsoft in the UK. It has a form of a conference, where a lot of interesting speakers from Microsoft and its partners share their achievements, case studies and findings. Moreover, this is a place […]