March 25 2013 0Comment

TSI named as one of the Best Places to Work in the DC Area

The Washington Business Journal announced that TSI has been ranked as one of the Best Places to Work in the Greater Washington Area for 2013. The annual list identifies the top workplaces in the Metro DC area.


The Washington Business Journal selects the Best Places to Work based on a range of criteria including team effec-tiveness, retention, employee alignment with company goals, trust with co-workers, individual contribution, man-ager effectiveness, trust in senior leaders, feeling valued, work engagement and people practices. The results are based on an employee survey administered by a third party company. The Washington Business Journal states, “The award is designed to honor the area’s leading employers. We are looking for companies that go beyond the norm to foster an enjoyable and meaningful work environment for their employees.”


“We strive to create a collegial culture where everyone is encouraged to learn, grow and collaborate to be their best, do great things and have meaningful success,” TSI CEO Marta Wilson said. “Developing and nurturing a strong company culture has always been a key part of TSI’s guiding principles and vision. I’m pleased that TSI has received this recognition as a top employer.”


TSI received previous recognition for the company’s strong culture and practices with the Employer All Star Award for Best Recruitment, Engagement and Retention practices in 2011.


View the full list of “Best Places to Work” here.


About Transformation Systems, Inc.


TSI is a fast growth management systems engineering company of PhDs, possibility thinkers and business authors who help forward thinking military and civilian leaders within the Defense community achieve their extremely challenging goals in ways that are most efficient, effective and responsive.The TSI team has been recognized repeatedly for helping set historic records as part of the Defense community’s counter-IED effort within the Joint MRAP Vehicle Program and by the Naval Sea Systems Command for facilitating successful technology transitions such as ERP. When leaders must improve enterprise performance without increasing their budgets, they call TSI for management systems engineering solutions that increase productivity and save money.