A Vision for Innovation- Meet four 'Young Visioneers' who are innovating to change the world
Across Koch companies, we make a lot of things. Products people see, touch and use every day. We also work to make things better, by supporting STEM education and standing up for important causes like criminal justice reform. Visit http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMYPx to learn more about all the things we make. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMYPq
As Sheryl Corrigan, Koch's director of environment, health, and safety, explained in a recent interview ahead of the 10th Annual Operational Excellence in Oil & Gas Summit, Koch companies are using data and analytics to improve response times and create the next generation of leak detection technology. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMc01
"People say, you started in crude-oil gathering and refining. How did [Koch Industries] get into 10 different industry sectors? The answer is, we have a capability-bounded mindset, not industry-bounded." Chase Koch, president of Koch Disruptive Technologies talks to Barron's about our Market-Based Management® philosophy and helping people unlock their potential while transforming lives.
We’re excited to be on Forbes' first-ever list of America’s best employers by state. Thank you to all of our employees who are working every day to make life better.
Brent Youngers, president of EFT Analytics, a Koch company innovating the latest solutions in data, shares his insight into the critical nature of harnessing data applications in manufacturing, combining data with operations excellence, and providing real-time solutions to experts in the field. http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vM5vl
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