Head of CSI Center of Excellence
‘My job is managing the global skills center, the Center of Excellence for Consulting and Systems Integration (CSI). This involves working with hundreds of our most senior professionals all over the globe and supporting our most important engagements in sales and delivery.
Being able to travel all over the world and getting to see different places is one of the things I have appreciated the most in my eight years at Ericsson. It is these sorts of amazing career opportunities that make working here such a great career move. People grow and learn in this environment, and they thrive on the professional atmosphere that fosters respect of different cultures. And with the evolving vision of the Networked Society where everything that benefits from being connected will be connected, Ericsson is an exciting place to build a career.
Ours is a performance culture that rewards people who follow through. We focus on not just “what” we deliver but “how” we deliver it. We do this by relying on our team of experts and focusing on our customers’ success as our end goal.
Ericsson is much more diverse than I ever expected it to be, which offers huge opportunities for growth. The culture is very professional, respectful and inclusive. I travel a lot, and everywhere I go, it feels like we are a big family. It’s a unique place that combines IT, networks and business in an inclusive and global environment.’
Head of CSI Center of Excellence, BUGS
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