Friday, December 13, 2013

AutoDesk, Inc.- Designing with Diversity

Autodesk, Inc., is a leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software that is used widely across the manufacturing, architecture, building, construction, and media and entertainment industries.
In 1982, it introduced the AutoCAD software, and from then on, it has been developing the broadest portfolio of state-of-the-art 3D software for global markets.

Its array of 3D software products is accessible to professional designers as well as amateur designers, homeowners, students, and casual creators through its apps for iPhone, iPad, iPod and Android. Almost anyone can use Autodesk software to design, visualize and simulate ideas before actual execution or creation. Autodesk is “taking technology originally built for movie studios, automakers, and architectural firms, and making it available to anyone who wants to create and share their ideas with the world.”

Thus, creativity reverberates throughout and is so much a part of the life at Autodesk. Life at Autodesk is usually depicted through these three terms by employees themselves: Innovative; Rewarding; Respectful. Indeed. Autodesk empowers its emloyees to make a difference, and this rebounds to empowering their customers as well with “technology that impacts the world.” The challenging work, global teams, hands-on training, and robust leadership programs all these are aimed at helping its people grow.

Autodesk visualizes its employees as being able to “unleash their talents and potentials” towards their drive for success. Thus, it also seems natural for Autodesk to encourage its people to “demonstrate their expertise, communicate honestly, and be a bit of a genius; and to empower its designers to “make smarter, more sustainable decisions.” At Autodesk, there is freedom and safety in sharing one's opinion because of its respectful environment.

Autodesk acknowledges and respects diversity. In fact, it recruits among university students, interns and new graduates: “We look for highly talented, diverse university students interested in building careers at Autodesk. We value the energy and enthusiasm of new college grads and strive to ensure a challenging and prosperous career path for everyone.”

In addition, Autodesk appreciates that its existing personnel have different needs and lifestyles; thus, it offers a variety of benefits and programs that support this differences, for it belives that a “rewarding career and personal life depend in part on good health and peace of mind.”

At Autodesk, designing the future of the world, and one's own tomorrow is as exciting as it can be.

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