Chief Operating Officer
Ehren Seim
13 years at Object Partners
20 years of Technology Experience
    I started with Object Partners at a very early stage in the creation of the brand, culture, and identity. My focus has been around talent, culture, communication, community, consultants, and brand. Throughout the years as the company has grown and evolved, I’ve worn many hats to fill in the gaps to continue to move the company forward. I’m very fortunate to be able to work with some of the best and brightest individuals in the business and to watch the company experience significant growth and success throughout the 10+ years I’ve been here.
    My strengths are around creating successful customer and employee experiences by building entrepreneurial cultures, improving and scaling operations and processes, designing/building great product and service lines, and most importantly, recruiting and hiring the right people. I’m a visionary who excels in high performing teams that have an appetite for growth and big ideas. I believe hiring on capability and work ethic, creating cultures of learning and accountability, and executing based on data and analytics
    Object Partners’ success is based on a shared vision, the right core values, the right people, an open and honest leadership style, true accountability across EVERYONE in the organization, and by building the right internal culture that believes in continuous learning and growth.
Posts written by Ehren
Object Partners 2017 MN Holiday Open House – Recap
Thanks to everyone that showed up to our annual Holiday Open House – to spread a little holiday cheer, and to donate and support a great MN charity, One Warm Coat. The holidays are a […]
Employment predictions for 2010
Tis’ the season for predictions into 2010. After researching data from various sources, and talking with many colleagues over the past year and into 2010, I’ve put my finger on a handful of things that […]
Object Partners, Inc. approach with agile methodology
What brought us to Agile? The most common software management technique in the past and today is called “waterfall” Software Development. As defined by Wikipedia, the definition for Waterfall development is a sequential development process, […]