Culture & Management

Internship Spotlight: Justine Albright

While searching for the perfect summer internship, I quickly found ChaiOne. As one of the first internships I found that I was truly interested in, it made it much harder…

By Justine Albright | Aug 05, 2014

Breakfast Fridays, Robots, Hackathons, and more!

When you walk into the ChaiOne office, one of the first things you’ll probably notice is either the ChaiOne sign or the robot we have. Yes, you read that correctly…

By Natalie Cheng | Apr 15, 2014

Women Who Code: Rails Girls

If you take a broad look at the software development community, you’ll find female developers scarce. Studies and polls average that approximately only 10% of developers are women. That percentage also…

By Sally Ransom | Mar 25, 2014

What is culture? How do you foster a great one?

When I think of culture, I think of my own family. I remember when I’d come home from college to visit my family (which consisted of my mom, dad, little…

By Kelly Adamonis | Dec 02, 2013

Shoul your Company Make a Mobile App

With more than 120 million mobile tablets shipped this year, many companies are busy trying to develop something that makes communication with their customers, employees, vendors (and basically whoever they…

By admin | Jul 19, 2012

Why You’ll Want to Work at ChaiOne

Working in the mobile strategy and development industry definitely has its perks. Working in a creative environment that embraces each employee’s unique talent, while building incredible apps for our clients,…

By Jacob Voncannon | Jun 15, 2012

Top 10 Productivity App Provides Your Own Butler

At ChaiOne we believe that the right technology can significantly increase productivity and efficiency. In order to be on top of our game, we stay on top of new apps…

By admin | Jun 13, 2012

From Small to Large: Growing your Business with Technology

It seems all business owners desire the same thing: To be successful while growing your company from a small startup to a larger company. One thing that always seems to…

By admin | May 22, 2012

The Art of Change

Most would generally accept François de la Rochefoucauld’s quote “The only thing constant in life is change.”  as a universal truth. Whether one looks at governments, organizations or individuals, the…

By admin | Feb 02, 2012

The Art of Critique: How people should tell you that your work sucks

Both design and code critiques are incredibly important. They can save time, money, and keep future project headaches at bay. They make you think about things in alternative ways and…

By admin | Dec 02, 2011

Generate 100 New Ideas for your Business

Great minds ask great questions. They seek out questions that allow them to form new thoughts and ideas daily. Great questions cause us to reflect on past ideas, purpose and…

By admin | Nov 23, 2011

Teach Your Team To Think Like The CEO

One of the things we have heard many entrepreneurs say is “my employees don’t understand what it takes to run this business”. As a manager it is easy to give…

By admin | Oct 25, 2011

Building a Strong Team (6 Steps)

Building a successful business requires a team of professionals who can support the organizational objectives. Whether providing professional skills, personal support or serving as a business advisor, the contributions of…

By admin | Oct 19, 2011

Better User Stories

Why do we tell stories? Volumes have been written on the subject, but the short answer is this: They explain who we are to one another. In software development, we…

By admin | Apr 28, 2011

The 5 Essential Elements To Guarantee A Successful Company

Having the smartest people in a company does not guarantee success. The best most defendable product in the world does not guarantee success. Being the first to market in any…

By admin | Apr 21, 2011

The Art of the Scrum

If there’s one thing developers don’t appreciate, it’s being stuck in a corner for six months working on a project they eventually come to find out isn’t what the client…

By admin | Feb 07, 2011