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Transvision Work Values

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Daily Duties at Transvision:

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What they like about Transvision:

You highly value a work environment built on a formal structure, rules, and regulations. You do not enjoy the unpredictability of shifting priorities and deadlines that upset your routine. You require and enjoy direction, input and accountability as part of your work environment. You have a strong need to participate in making key decisions and feel left out if your superiors or co-workers do not seek your input when making decisions. You thrive on providing good customer service to both internal or external customers, and doing so makes you feel good.

Information about Transvision

Company Rank: 4.0 out of 5

Average length of employment : 4 years

Average salary of employees: $115,000

These are some of the questions we asked our climbers about their experiences with Transvision:

Were your performance expectations clearly communicated?


Were you recognized for meeting or exceeding expectations?


Did you feel like your personal contribution was important?


Was your career path clearly outlined and discussed?


I would recommend this as a place of employment.
I believe in the purpose of this organization.
I would work for this organization again.
I feel employees are fairly compensated.

Climbers who worked at Transvision had these interests:

Innovator's Dilemma By Clayton Christensen, this was the first in a series he and co-authors have written on the challenges and solutions to implementing disruptive innovation in established, successful companies.
Outliers Malcolm Gladwell looked deeply at what distinguishes people who are at the very top of their fields -- and found that circumstance, plus "10,000 hours" play much larger than expected roles. The book ends with a totally unexpected and very moving personal
Blue Ocean Strategy This, with Christensen's Innovator series, and perhaps a handful of other titles (to be noted later), should be sufficient for anyone to grasp the foundations of great innovations in business terms and context.

My current favorite overview of new companies, products and services online.
Fast Company Surviving the dotcom bubble was feat enough, but FC has reinvented itself to stress sustainability and success stories in companies old and new.
Harvard Business Review I like to think that I have accumulated enough learning from careers and reading HBR over the decades to deserve an MBA. Always stimulating, almost always useful immediately!