Nyla’s Culture of Learning

At Nyla we value you and truly want to support your professional growth throughout your career with us. One way we do this is by having interesting, challenging, and forward leaning technical positions on contract. Another key focus is through team mentorship – feeling like you are a part of a thoughtful, thinking community – where you can discuss ideas, approaches, and potential solutions to problems. The final pillar in supporting your professional growth and success is our emphasis on continuing education via our training policy.

Our training policy, in short, is $5,000 per year per employee to be spent on professional development in the form of formal degree programs, certifications, conferences, and more!

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Fall 2018

His life has often been called a rags-to-riches story, but Mark Cuban himself would more likely call it a story of tireless work, constant education, and never giving up on the dream of being successful. Today Mark Cuban is known as the charming billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks, co-owner of 2929 Entertainment, and a “shark” on the ABC reality show Shark Tank, where he has invested over 19.9 million dollars in start-up companies. In his book, How To Win At the Sport of Business, Mark Cuban talks about his humble beginnings as the son of an automobile upholsterer. From his very first job at 12 years old, selling garbage bags door-to-door, to giving disco dance lessons to sorority girls, to bartending, to sleeping on friends’ couches, to finally starting his first technology company. Click here to read more.

How to Win at the Sport of Business