Specialisterne featured in the Guardian “An inspiring enterprise which employs and empowers people with autism has already expanded to eight countries.”
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There’s no company in Denver quite like Specialisterne, but its backers and executives hope that isn’t true much longer. The Danish IT outsourcing company employs people diagnosed with autism, making use of their particular skills to troubleshoot software, double-check the accuracy of data and handle other complex tasks for client companies. Read more here.
How Autistics Triumphed at SAP Labs When VR Ferose, Managing Director of SAP Labs India, employed three autistic people, he was in for a special surprise. VR Ferose Age: 38 Designation: Managing Director, SAP Labs India The Problem: People with disabilities, such as autism, are usually dependent on others throughout their lives. They lack […]
Why business needs people with Asperger’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit Disorder and dyslexia In 1956 William Whyte argued in his bestseller, “The Organisation Man”, that companies were so in love with “well-rounded” executives that they fought a “fight against genius”. Today many suffer from the opposite prejudice. Software firms gobble up anti-social geeks. Hedge funds […]
Harnessing the special skills of the ‘outliers’ When his son was diagnosed with autism, Thorkil Sonne was given a new insight into the unique talents of those with the disorder – so he set up a consultancy firm with the aim to create one million jobs for “specialist people”, writes JOANNE HUNT. MOST JOBS call […]
In her role as protector, of the national Autistic Society i Denmark, HRH Princess Marie visited Specialisterne, in Ballerup, Monday the 14th of November 2011. The princess got a tour, around the office, at specialisterne, and first stop was the business department. The head of business, Rune Öblom, talked about how the working environment, and the […]
Putting the Gifts of the Autistic to Work When his son was diagnosed with autism, Thorkil Sonne was given a new insight into the unique talents of those with the disorder – so he set up a consultancy firm with the aim to create one million jobs for “specialist people”, writes JOANNE HUNT. MOST JOBS […]