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Can an editor please explain why the 'Controversies' section is allowed on this page? It's clearly presented from a biased POV. I really hate to sound cynical, but it even seems like most of the comments on this talk page could be Thoughtworks employees discussing how to better punch up the listing to make it as persuasive as possible? The article is also full of what really seems like "original research," i. No mention on Martin Fowler? Yeah, we need to add Martin Fowler, Pramodkumar Sadalage, Obie Fernandez - well whoever has published or is going to publish.
Why I Work At ThoughtWorks (and why you should too…)
ThoughtWorks, a medium-size IT systems integrator, was growing quickly but identified "lack of clear positioning around which to build a brand" as the biggest impediment to continued growth. The company had identified features that it believed differentiated it from its competitors and was considering alternative segments to target. Asks readers to choose a target and develop a positioning statement for that target as well as identify the assumptions underlying the recommended positioning strategy and suggest how market research could help establish the validity of those assumptions. Brushing up HBR fundamentals will provide a strong base for investigative reading.
ThoughtWorks is a privately owned, global technology company with 48 offices in 17 countries. The company is closely associated with the movement for agile software development , and has contributed to a content of open source products. In the late s Roy Singham founded Singham Business Services as a management consulting company servicing the equipment leasing industry in a Chicago basement. According to Singham, after two-to-three years, Singham started recruiting additional staff and came up with the name ThoughtWorks in