Tag Archives: culture

August 9, 2012

At the recent Innovational Advisory Council meeting of ReSource Pro, change and the management of change was the theme. Mike Manes, the “Cajun Philosopher”, opened everyone’s eyes with his keynote presentation, based on 38 years of experience in the insurance industry and what he calls “the scar tissue of change management”.  Rather than focusing on […]

April 17, 2012

Today we bring you another ReSource Pro employee profile! Nancy works as a team leader in Qingdao, overseeing the work of multiple processing teams for some of RSP’s oldest clients. Hi Nancy! What attracted you to RSP? It was the work environment. After I graduated I worked for an appliance group; there was too much […]

April 10, 2012

Today we bring you more ReSource Pro employee profiles! David works with clients in the Qingdao office and Linda performs administrative duties in Jinan. David Zhang, Client Specialist Hi David! What are your future career plans? I’d like to stay with this company and become a Management Specialist. Why do you want to become a […]

March 22, 2012

Ling brought a very unique perspective to the ReSource Pro office this past summer. More than any of our other interns, she is familiar with both Eastern and Western cultures. In her second entry, she comments on the ways in which working for an American company has changed some of her friends:

February 9, 2012

Neil’s summer internship with ReSource Pro involved working with the IT team, making new friends, and hiking. Lots of hiking. He writes: “My last entry was all about how much I love scaling the hills around Qingdao, so when some of my co-workers Sherry and Kelsey wanted to climb Laoshan – the area’s tallest mountain […]

February 2, 2012

ReSource Pro summer intern Neil is a student pursuing a degree in Business and Project Management at California State University. During the summer of 2011, he worked with ReSource Pro’s Management Information Systems (MIS) department to help test software and coordinate tech replacement initiatives. In his spare time, he often found himself drawn to the […]

January 17, 2012

There’s no doubt that some of the practices in Chinese offices are a little different than those found in traditional Western businesses. Kelsey, a London native who spent her post-graduate summer interning for ReSource Pro in Qingdao, describes an unusual fire drill held in the Software Park building that houses the company. She writes, “We recently […]

December 22, 2011

Today we bring you another ReSource Pro employee profile! Icy works in Qingdao as a Client Assistant, dealing directly with RSP clients and helping them make the most of their dedicated processing teams. Icy Xu, Client Assistant Hi Icy! What do you think would surprise Americans about modern China? I think they would be surprised […]

September 28, 2011

…and we’re back with part two of our interview between your trusty editor and HNI Risk CEO Mike Natalizio (check out Part 1 if you missed it). Here’s the thing: Change is hard. Even if you’ve decided to move toward a new tech-heavy business model, you’re still going to face significant challenges in achieving employee […]

September 21, 2011

We all know that the insurance industry is changing, but can you imagine a day when your company won’t need a file cabinet, a desktop computer system, or even an office building? Believe it or not, that day is fast approaching, and a few trailblazers are now pioneering the models that will shape the industry […]

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