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Personal perspectives on process, experiences, and growth.

Hiram Ettienne

Hiram Ettienne

Failing up to 2.0

I believe there is an inherent benefit to failure. It would make sense for organizations to allow more room for failure, because it helps you grow.

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Ross Nowacki

Ross Nowacki

The Impact of Apprenticeship

My tech skills came with practice and patience. But learning to work with clients was even more valuable.

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Marcus Olson

Marcus Olson

What We’re Doing Here

Welcome to the Pliancy blog.

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Emily Duong

Emily Duong

Automating Away the Mundane in Onboarding

How was your first day of work? You can tell a lot from an onboarding experience.

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Marcus Olson

Marcus Olson

Why We Prioritize Employee Development (In an Industry That Doesn’t)

The kind of people who go into IT tend to be inherently creative thinkers. A “patch factory” process really stifles curious minds.

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Pliancy's billing model encourages teamwork and professional growth.
Jack Murphy

Jack Murphy

Our 75/25 Approach to Employee Time

If your entire day is based around what you can bill, there’s no time to develop yourself. Pliancy has a unique alternative to this industry convention.

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