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Senior Consultant Engineer

Ariba Bangalore, NA

You can help build the next generation of the largest open business network that connects millions of business users around the world. As a… Ivy Exec

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Senior Manager, Network Integration

Ariba Na Ah Tee, AZ

The Senior Manager, Network is charged with team and regional leadership, team member development, and ultimate accountability for Buyer and Seller… Ivy Exec

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Senior Consultant – new

Ariba Pittsburgh, PA

and Ariba solution expertise. The Senior Consultant is responsible for… of the Statement of Work (SOW). Senior Consultants can work on al…

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    Politics and Favoritism

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alpharetta, GA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Alpharetta, GA

    I worked at Ariba full-time


    - Good benefits
    - Flexible schedule
    - Some great co-workers and smart employees willing to help
    - Opportunity to learn a lot about software technology (ERP and SaaS)
    - A few good managers who actually get in the trenches with you, provide on-going training and development, and show a genuine interest in helping team members advance
    - Made some life long friends with some truly caring people with good hearts.


    - A lot of management play favorites and senior leadership ignores this even though it is obvious to everyone that it goes on, especially in certain departments.
    - Promotions and career advancement are stalled/blocked by upper management and HR.
    - Sense of management not caring when you bring issues to them and give you a feeling that you are on your own to fight your battles.
    - Upper management is aware of cheating going on with certain individuals/teams but turn a blind eye because they want to make their monthly and quarterly numbers and bonuses.
    - Company does not take care of employees, lets them get frustrated and unwilling to fix internal issues.
    - Management gets bogged down in metrics and micro-managing.
    - God forbid you ever ask a question to a senior manager or executive that is deemed 'tough' or makes them feel uncomfortable when they ask for questions on a conference call or in a meeting. Senior leadership only want to hear positive feedback and accolades of how great they are doing.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Take care of your employees who have consistently worked hard and performed at the top.
    - Don't let your upper management frustrate your good employees to the point of them wanting to leave.
    - Nip the favoritism that some directors and vice presidents have been allowed to practice.
    - Communicate better with your employees.
    - Invest in your employees and help them achieve their goals.
    - Get rid of the old management style of "top down" mentality. Create a more open and collaborative atmosphere that would be more conducive to productivity and employee satisfaction.

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