that is really great news to here, Linux really is great for business world in 2020. I have similar story.
I got a bachelor in computer science and master in software engineering (excellent marks top tear university reason why I got accepted as a university lecturer and researcher) and decided to get a MBA while worked in academy as university lecturer / researher (operating systems and internet technologies) and a cool Ivy League Executive Leadership program I got into around 2007.
Until 2007 I was windows user, last I used WinXP, but left it for MacOS in 2007 along with my MBA,
while doing the cool Ivy League Executive Leadership MacOS seems like a better option then WinOS.
I was always interested in Linux since the first version of Fedora/CentOS 2003 2005 but as VMs.
in 2010/2011 I did a lvy league data science specialization and I 2011 left my academia job and went into private sector in the telecom business, data center sys admin where I was using Linux for work debian servers and ubuntu desktop in 2010 I moved fully home and work to Linux |(home Linux mint).
Few years after that the telecom company moved to another OS and gave us 3-6 months to migrate all to Windows, I used to time to find a better job my most important criteria was Linux at work at any price.
with my profile 2 ivy league training programs 2 masters MBA and software engineering (both great universities top50-100 world wide and excellent marks) in 2010 it was really easy to change jobs 10 years experience I was ready for entry level management job. I got 2 great offers with great companies. 1 was only windows, one was mac os. the recruiter was who cares what OS they use, I said I do no thank you. the migration was almost out and 1 month before I had to leave I was contacted (out of the blue) by a research institute and they told me I was perfect to lead their small team of few people as new data science head, but I had to start with BSD, company used BSD and was interested in possible migration to Linux but it was just a possible option not sure decision (I said like you even if the migration never happens BSD is better then macos or windows compared to the other jobs) I accepted.
rewind 7 years later, from my firs team the five people are managers now and I manage 3 teams with 2 new forming at the moment all of the five original members are now team leaders (2 of them will be by the end of the year) and the sys admins or dev ops now consider me part of the team and honorary members since I made their jobs easier with Linux not about the server but the users in our company, less issues, Linux has more users then BSD bugs gets solved sooner and many of the Linux forums are very helpful and it is really easy to debug+find a solution for Linux Desktop vs BSD. the core sys admin is a close friend a was a godfather to his kid and the wedding he is planned for my upcoming wedding.
regarding Linux, I had to use BSD for first 3 months to learn the systems and we spend 1 year recode and 1 year on migration after 2 years we moved 90% to Linux entire corporation with Red Hat support, I use Fedora cause I like it more then the Red Hat Enterprise Linux, that is great for the non it people.
at the moment we have one BSD server with legacy apps we cannot recode before 1990, one BSD or PfSense firewall (soon to be replaced with endian firewall based on Linux RHEL when we get the wireguard working on Linux) and our nextcloud hosted on BSD (will probably be moved later on on Fedora Server or CentOS) when we get a working ZFS partition on RHEL Linux (I expect in few years).
Our best selling point for Linux at start was a FUN PC in the break room: arcade game PC with mame arcade games on it and music+tv on it, give the people fun stuff to do in Linux at first not just work.
Yeah and I am full linux at home, endian, openwrt, tablet/phone, IoT, PC, nexcloud. all fedora + manjaro.
In my personal life I managed to convert many of my friends to Linux windows and MacOS users all of them are happier for it (I always had an older laptop to borrow for them to play games and watch movies and surf on, best strategy to convert people to Linux give them fun stuff to do on them at first not work).
even my current GF and fiance (she was a die hard MacOS fan girl for 15 years) now Linux user for few years I even managed to convict her best friend and she used to work in Apple for 10 years, they both use manjaro GNOME (closest to macos) but the like the KDE plasma DE its shiny and looks cool.
I accepted similar situation agreed to BSD even when I wanted Linux on start and later on it turned into a Linux job when I managed to convince the management Linux was a better option.
When it comes to windows or macos vs Linux you might have easier job converting your team.
BEST OF LUCK with Linux