In our Leadership Pathways series, Thoughtworks leaders from around the world reflect on their career journeys, experiences in leadership and advice for technologists.
At Thoughtworks, you are free to lead in whatever way resonates with you. We asked some of our inspiring leaders how they view leadership, especially in the context of our unique culture where everyone can participate, share opinions and speak out.
Our CEO, Guo Xiao, shares his views on continual learning, how those with traditional backgrounds can thrive in tech, and why curiosity is so important for growth.
What's it like to co-lead a region? Marta Saft and Carol Cintra partner to lead Thoughtworks Brazil and they find their personalities, strengths and backgrounds complement each other to bring a unique dynamic to their roles.
There are no lone heroes at Thoughtworks, and the same applies to our leadership team. Our flat structure means more voices have a seat at the table, cultivating a more inclusive environment to drive our vision, inspire Thoughtworkers and ensure our clients achieve their goals. Meet the whole team.
We’ve come a long way since 1993 when we were just a small team of technologists in Chicago. Since then, we’ve evolved into a leading global software consultancy of more than 8,000 employees and 48 offices.