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22 days ago

Enterprise Solution Architect

IBM Washington, DC

The AMS BAM Enterprise Solution Architect is responsible for a wide range of design activities from requirements… IBM

4 days ago

Enterprise Architect Analyst

IBM Washington, DC

below. The Enterprise Architect Analyst participates in the design, creation, and maintenance of the clients… IBM

22 days ago

Cybersecurity Architect - Enterprise Architecture and Analytics

IBM Washington, DC

The Cybersecurity Architect role focuses on the design of business-driven Information Technology solutions to meet security requirements related to… IBM

25 days ago

IT Architect

IBM Washington, DC

The ideal candidate for this role has worked in the Wireless, Evolution Data Optimized (EVDO), Direct Attached Storage (DAS) and RF Propagation… IBM

22 days ago

Senior IT Specialist/Architect

IBM Washington, DC

Selected candidates may not need to travel for all projects outside of their metro area. However, all candidates must be able and willing to travel… IBM

2 days ago

Consulting IT Architect – new

IBM Washington, DC

Candidate may live in any US City. 75% travel required on an annual basis. Seeking an IT Infrastructure Architect to support the delivery of IT… IBM

22 days ago

IT Architect - Microsoft Lync and Communication

IBM Washington, DC

Candidates should live within a reasonable commute distance to a major US airport. In addition to the requirements listed below, candidates should… IBM

22 days ago

Sterling Order Management IT Architect

IBM Washington, DC

The IT architect will also lead the design & development of reusable artifacts, across the life-cycle phases of an OMS implementation. Success… IBM

9 days ago

Integrated Technology Services (ITS) - Technical Alliance Architect

IBM Washington, DC

- Understand each opportunity and ensure the appropriate value propositions for all parties have developed and communicated. - Understand the sales… IBM

22 days ago

IT Architect - Microsoft Windows 8 Platform

IBM Washington, DC

Seeking Windows Desktop Architect in a client-facing environment for design, support and upgrade of existing legacy Windows desktop to the new… IBM

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    It's what you make it, and it's a fight to make it.

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    Current Employee - Senior Managing Consultant  in  Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Senior Managing Consultant in Washington, DC

    I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 8 years


    Compared to other IT consulting companies, the culture is pragmatic and focused on delivering the right thing for the client. IBM is obviously huge, so it is what you make it. You'll work with very diverse teams. Some teams will be great, others will be poor. If you are willing to put in 60-70 hour weeks doing 40+ of client delivery and 20+ of business development and figuring out how to navigate the internal processes, you'll do great and get promotions and advance. If you want to work 40-44 hours a week just doing client work, you'll have a secure job, but don't expect a raise no matter how stellar your performance is at the client site.


    Business development and proposal process is a mess, and you seemingly reinvent the wheel every time.
    It's easier to get a new job than get on a new project (this is really just for Public Sector GBS).
    You have to fight to make your own career happen, no one else is actually looking out for you. It's your job to write your own project performance evaluations, write the case to apply for a promotion and at the end of the day there are really just 2 numbers that matter most: billable utilization %, and dollars of sales wins.

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    The bottom few layers of managers are being consistently stripped of any power to actually make changes or make their own decisions in the interest of helping out their employees.

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