Grace Park says Capgemini has a holistic picture of achievement

Grace Park says Capgemini has a holistic picture of achievement

 May 31, 2023

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Meet Grace Park, a Consultant at Capgemini. 

A day in the life of Grace as a Consultant with Capgemini Invent consists of service-part management. "We extract, transform, and load work – which revolves around a lot of data," she says. "We know how to extract good data that is not corrupt or old, we find data that is new and updated. We transform data so that spare-parts management can use the data to produce useful things that help us forecast. In my role, I see the requirements and know how to transform the data to meet our clients’ needs and make sure we are producing accurate data."

Enjoying a problem-solving role 

Sharing what she enjoys loves about being a Consultant with Capgemini Invent, Grace highlights the problem-solving element of her role: "One of the coolest parts is how I have been given free range with how I want to design. There are a million ways to design a solution if it produces the right outcome – and that is totally up to me. It is so incredible to see how everyone’s brain functions differently to complete the exact same thing, even if it is a totally different method. It’s an innovative boundary to explore. Even with data, you can still be creative," she comments.

One of Grace's most memorable moments in her Capgemini journey was when the client team she works on got to travel in-person for the first time. According to Grace, "It was so much fun."

She continues: "I love the work, which is one thing, but seeing the people was such a memorable experience. All of the dots begin to connect – the emotions, memories, and feelings of a person just come to life. It really is that human connection. These connections are what make working at Capgemini so personal and personable, and so much worth it."

Community leadership and business growth

Grace is on the leadership for Capgemini's CREATE Employee Resource Group. CREATE stands for Collaborating to Reach Excellence in Asian Talent and Experience and its goals surround community leadership and business growth.

"We have a whole array of events – but they typically function to promote diversity," shares Grace. "Employee Resource Groups are a really, really great outlet that lets you have a creative aspect to your work as well. Being involved in an Employee Resource Group helps me see someone as not just another employee, but gives me the chance to know their background, their story, and encourages us to celebrate our differences and uniqueness every day."

Getting the future she wants 

Discussing how she is working towards getting the future she wants, Grace says: "Getting the Future You Want is a mindset of working hard. Additionally, it is about being nice, being kind, being supportive, being honest. For me, achieving Capgemini's values – honesty, boldness, trust, freedom, fun, modesty, and team spirit – is the future I want. As long as I am achieving those, as long as I am being a better person and contributing to the community, I feel as if that is me getting the future I want. Capgemini has such a holistic picture of what a person can achieve, and that is what I am striving for."

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