Author: Rocco Lungariello

What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #16: Part 2: Organizational Psychology

Posted on: October 6, 2019

Last week, in part one of the season two finale, we heard Dr. Christopher Budnick, of Southern Connecticut State University, discuss, in great length, the origin and the focus of Industrial-Organizational (I/O) Psychology, which is, essentially, the scientific study of human behavior in organizations and in the workplace. Still, I thought it would be interesting…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #16: Part 1: Organizational Psychology

Posted on: September 29, 2019

When we first began this podcast, about eight months ago, I always planned to interview a college professor to get an academic, unbiased, and professional perspective of culture and what it means. In my head, I figured that a sociology or anthropology professor would be most appropriate. However, just a few weeks ago, I discovered…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #15: Collective

Posted on: September 22, 2019

This week, I’m excited to share a fun and candid conversation with the Collections team at Tangoe, who all work together from our Shelton, Connecticut office. We talk about their responsibilities, their group dynamic, their perceptions of our culture, their thoughts about our leadership, as well as why the team recently decided to listen to…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #14: Transplanted

Posted on: September 15, 2019

Marina Deane, Tangoe’s Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist, covers the EMEA region, as well as the United States, to help bring on the right people into the organization. In addition to our hiring managers, Marina works closely with Stephanie Ahearn (Team Lead, Global Talent Acquisition) and Janine Kramer (Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist), and the three of…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #13: Versatility

Posted on: September 8, 2019

This week, we learn from Tangoe’s Tara Rodriguez, a seasoned professional who’s been in the Technology Expense Management (TEM) industry for more than 20 years. In fact, she’s one of Tangoe’s most tenured employees and has worked in nearly every sector of the business; she’s also experienced several mergers and acquisitions. Tara first entered the…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #12: Employee Appreciation

Posted on: August 25, 2019

This special episode features more than a dozen Tangoe employees from our Indianapolis office and was recorded during Power Week (August 19-23), which was five consecutive days of activities and events that celebrate Tangoe’s four core values: integrity, excellence, selflessness, and courage. It was also a week chock-full of activities and events that exemplify employee…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #11: Work-Life Balance

Posted on: August 18, 2019

This week, we travel to our Tangoe office in Courbevoie, France, which is roughly 11 kilometers from the center of Paris. Caroline Couer, Tangoe’s Project Director, has been with our organization since 2017, though she was part of Anatole going back to 2006. In this candid and informal conversation, Caroline and I discuss what it…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #10: CMO’s First Impressions

Posted on: August 11, 2019

This week’s episode, which features Tangoe’s new Chief Marketing Officer, Jill Ransome, is a follow-up to the podcast’s “television debut” that took place during Tangoe’s July Town Hall. In that live and very brief interview, Jill answered only three questions: What do you do for fun? Why did you decide to join Tangoe? And how…

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What is Culture? Season 2 – Episode #9: Empathy

Posted on: August 4, 2019

In celebration of Friendship Day, this week’s episode of the podcast What is Culture? features my best friend, Dan DiVito, Director of Technology at Shelton, Connecticut public schools, who works in a building less than five minutes from Tangoe’s Shelton office. Remember – the goal of this podcast is to discover Tangoe’s culture. What it…

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