Highlights and takeaways from the #MSPBJDiversity forum.
Join us in committing to make the local tech sector as strong, inclusive, and diverse as possible.
Businesses have a responsibility to make our communities stronger, better, and more kind. There’s no time to wait. Join us?
Clockwork's CEO, Nancy Lyons, was featured on Minnesota Public Radio News' Conversations on the Creative Economy. She discussed her ideas about life at work, the ingredients for innovation, and how to nurture creativity.
A lot happened in 2014, so we tried to capture some of it in our annual Year in Review.
We are pleased to announce that Clockwork and Code Savvy are finalists for this year's 2014 Tekne Award in the “Collaboration for Community Impact” category for their work creating CoderDojo Twin Cities. Learn about CoderDojo's impact.
Imagine receiving an email from someone at the White House. Now imagine that they wrote to ask you to join them as a speaker at a White House event. That’s what happened to me in May, and a few weeks later I was in Washington, D.C., as a panelist on the Structure of the Workplace panel at the Summit on Working Families. I contributed to the conversation, but learned a lot, too.
Over last few years, Clockwork has won each of the major workplace awards given away by Twin Cities-area publications. As I was about to post our most recent honor earlier this month, I thought, “Does it just sound like we’re bragging all the time?” The answer is partly yes, but the other part of the answer is this: It’s not just bragging because it really matters.
This month’s wallpaper was designed by our Interaction Design intern Keith Catalano. He’s a great fit, a fact made only more obvious with his wallpaper selection, described below in his own words.