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8 days ago

Major Account Mgr II-Federal

F5 Networks Reston, VA

This role is responsible for selling F5 products or services to and maintaining/enhancing relationships with, a defined federal vertical market with… F5 Networks


25 days ago

Major Account Mgr II-Federal (Service Intel Agencies)

F5 Networks Reston, VA

This role is responsible for selling F5 products or services to and maintaining/enhancing relationships with, a defined federal vertical market with… F5 Networks


7 days ago

Major Account Mgr II

F5 Networks New York, NY

This is a strategic sales position requiring an in-depth knowledge of how technology is used to enable business goals or overcome business… F5 Networks


22 days ago

Major Account Mgr II

F5 Networks San Jose, CA

This is a strategic sales position requiring an in-depth knowledge of how technology is used to enable business goals or overcome business… F5 Networks


29 days ago

Major Account Mgr II- Telco

F5 Networks Toronto

This is a strategic sales position requiring an in-depth knowledge of how technology is used to enable business goals or overcome business… F5 Networks


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    Root-cause analysis -- not business as usual

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at F5 Networks full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    The culture is great at identifying (really and honestly) what the sticking points are. They discuss setbacks openly and almost welcome them as the inevitable price you pay to build better stuff. It's refreshing to work in a company so motivated to deal with their own issues -- and not have it just be lip-service, as in other places I have worked.

    Cons

    Continuous improvement is one mainstay of the culture, and productivity is the other. It seems like most employees have to *improve* their jobs and *do* their jobs at the same time. (There is no "steady state.") Because of this dual mandate, the work day is just packed -- there's little down-time to soak it all in, to stop and have lunch with coworkers, etc. Once at work, you are at work, period. (It's a good thing that most people like the work that they do.)

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Keep up the candor, the self-reflection, and the listening to employees in the trenches. It'll pay dividends.

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