Don’t fear change. When businesses embrace it, adapt to it, and drive it, they can benefit everybody in society. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMAHz
What will the future of 3D metal manufacturing look like? For Chase Koch, president of Koch Disruptive Technologies, the technology has many applications. That’s why KDT recently led a $160 million investment in Desktop Metal to continue the company’s disruption of traditional manufacturing.
For Koch employees, transformation means more than just improving products and processes—it means continually improving themselves. The key to fulfillment is simple: Pursuing your dreams while helping others find theirs, no matter what obstacles—mental or physical—might stand in the way.
“If you are passionate about innovation, willing to bet on and reinvest in yourself and you can bring competitively-advantage skills to an entrepreneurial work environment, Koch's a great place to have a multi-faceted career and fuel your continuous self-transformation.” - Askia Ahmad, IT director at Flint Hills Resources
In a recent article from the New York Post, Steve Feilmeier, our chief financial officer, discussed how we're investing in small tech firms to disrupt our own businesses ... for the better. Check it out here.
Throughout the fall, our college recruiting teams work hard visiting their alma maters to recruit top talent! Pictured here is the Oklahoma State University recruiting team. (Go Pokes!) Learn more about our internship program here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQr3B
Entrepreneur or intrapreneur – which are you? Check out our most recent Q&A with Askia Ahmad, an IT director for Flint Hills Resources. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQrFC
Koch interns teamed up this summer to pitch innovative ideas to leadership and, for many, execute cost-saving initiatives across the company. Now that’s making an impact!
Digital transformation touches every company and employee at Koch Industries and Koch companies. The cowboys at Matador Cattle Company, a Koch company, are experimenting with drone technology to transform the way they raise 2,000 head of cattle, manage 10,000 acres of land, and explore new terrain. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQIuF
Our commitment to our interns and new graduates is exemplified by the participation of our most senior leaders. Interns enjoy lunches, talks and other interactions that Koch's leadership set aside exclusively for them.
Recently, our interns got the chance to ask their best questions of our CEO, Charles Koch. He shared a few jokes, his best advice and explained why the hands-on experience they gained over the summer is valuable to us as well as them, a simple example of mutual benefit.