Lessons Learned

Caroline Sauve has been with JDA for 20 years and is senior practice director in JDA’s professional services organization. She shares the leadership lessons she has learned, starting with a stint as a Captain in the Canadian Army Reserve. She believes in the importance of putting your ego aside when it comes to making leadership…

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Diversity: The Ally of Humanity

Editor’s note: On occasion, Wednesdays for Women will share perspectives and best practices from customers, partners and other thought leaders with a goal of promoting greater awareness and information sharing to continue advancing women in technology and supply chain careers. Today’s perspective comes from James Merritt, head of Asia at JDA partner dunnhumby. Since joining…

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Motivation through Life Experience

Soujanya Damera has successfully navigated career and personal challenges to become a leader in JDA’s Center of Excellence in Hyderabad. A project director in the Product Management group, she talks about her path at JDA and how mentors and leaders she’s encountered in her journey have inspired her to lead a Women’s Interest Network chapter,…

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Perseverance With a Pinch of Grit

Kranthi Remala is a senior software engineer at JDA in Hyderabad. During her decade-long stint at JDA she’s learned from mentors, colleagues and family lessons that motivate and inspire her to reach higher and achieve more. She’s a believer in always learning, never giving up, and that trust above all, is what makes a great…

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A Career of Impact

Rayann Anderson, senior solutions advisor, has been at JDA for more than 20 years, after starting her career in retail at a drug store retail chain in her native Canada. She talks to us today about why she’s stayed in the same role for the past two decades, what she’s learned from her mentor and…

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Nothing is Impossible

Roya Javadpour, Global Services Director in JDA’s consulting organization has a passion for teaching, stemming from a childhood backed by parents who believed in the power of knowledge and education. Her dad was a successful high school teacher and professor and instilled early on, that nothing is impossible if you put your heart behind it.…

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Emotional Courage

I read an article recently on emotional courage that struck a chord with me as it is a leadership trait and topic I don’t believe gets enough credit. The ability to persevere against challenges, roadblocks and simply the word ‘no’ and rise above that to find new ways of doing things is an invaluable skill…

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