Every October, Lenovo spends the month celebrating global diversity and honoring different cultures and customs throughout a series of weekly events around the world hosted by each of our global Employee Resources Groups (ERGs).
A book review of “The Memo” by Minda Harts, exploring the odds stacked against women of color in professional settings, from the wage gap to biases.
Lenovo celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a weekly series featuring our Lenovo Hispanic community. This week, meet Johanny Payero.
Renan Tymoschenko shares his career journey and his passion to make an impact as a member of Lenovo’s Global Future Leaders Program.
Christina Frederick shares her experience and journey as a member of Lenovo’s Global Future Leaders Program.
Amar Babu, VP of Intelligent Device Group, shares her reflections on Women’s Forum Asia 2019 and the critical role women play in AI.
Lenovo celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a weekly series featuring our Lenovo Hispanic community. This week, meet Rafael Fernandez, Fulfillment Specialist at Lenovo.
Efe Onojeghuo shares his journey as a member of Lenovo’s Global Future Leaders Program and what it means to be a global leader in a global company.
Entrepreneur Allan Melo works across disciplines as varied as technology, design thinking, education, museums, and makers to reimagine the future.
Shantal Grullon, business transformation specialist at Lenovo, celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month by sharing her background, cultural insights and career advice.
Advice from Sweden’s Silver Snipers—aged 64 to 76—on embracing new challenges, building a team, and exploding esports expectations.
Can technology — including VAR seen at the Women’s World Cup — empower players and coaches around the world, or will it widen some existing gaps?
The “deafblind woman who conquered Harvard Law School” tells her extraordinary story, from climbing a glacier to meeting President Barack Obama.
How can dedicated outreach, intensive community-building, and the latest tech strengthen the confidence of children of immigrants?
Lenovo Legion provides PCs and monitors to help bring Supergirl Gamer Pro to life. The tournament focused on encouraging girls to compete in gaming and surfing, two fields traditionally dominated by men.
Industry leaders and experts break down how to build an AI-infused workplace built on inclusion and innovation.
Dr. Jane Wang on the persistence it took to join Forbes’ first list of the women doing groundbreaking research and pushing technology in China.
Dr. Feiyu Xu on the discipline and confidence it took to join Forbes’ first list of the women leading groundbreaking research and technology in China.
Hear from industry leaders on how finding or creating the right mentorship or sponsorship can elevate careers and open doors.
Yiyalin Rodriguez of the indigenous Ngäbe tribe found a more equal future beyond parenthood and domesticity by playing football.
How do women in Muhuru Bay overcome societal bias, health risks, and poverty to access education and opportunity?
We spoke with Sharyn Tejani, Director, TIME’s UP Legal Defense Fund, about how sexual harassment impacts women’s efforts to increase equity.
Firmware engineer Connor Reed, who embraces diversity in his approach to tech and life, found community at Lenovo.
English-born, Bahrain-based Equal Playing Field player, coach and two-time Guinness World Record holder Deena Rahman has traveled far and wide thanks to the beautiful game.