As consultants, ThoughtWorkers often travel to work closely with their client teams. By working together on site, in clients' offices, the client is best set up for success once the project is up and running. ThoughtWorks is big on collaboration and iteration, and its unique way of working is designed to facilitate constant learning—critical for delivering working software, fast.
As the recipients of the 2016 award for the Best Company for Women in Technology by the Anita Borg Institute, ThoughtWorks is proud of its diversity and inclusion at every level. CTO Rebecca Parsons is the first to acknowledge that there's a lot of work left to do, but ThoughtWorks has worked hard over the years to create a safe, welcoming home for technologists of all backgrounds.
“Inside the Chicago office, we try to make everyone feel like they’re deeply a part of this community. If you come and join us, I hope you end up in a tight-knit community that you can feel a part of.”
“At ThoughtWorks, there’s a culture of open debate, learning, and constant growth. You can figure out what your career path looks like with colleagues. We work together on how to achieve your goals.”