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3 days ago

Head of Incident Management

SCC Birmingham, England

To engage with all customers to build good business relationships and instill trust and confidence in SCC's ability to deal effectively with all…

20 hrs ago

Solution Architect – new

SCC Birmingham, England +2 locations

Compelling reason to apply: We have a new exciting opportunity for a Solution Architect to join our ever expanding business. This is a fantastic… Glassdoor

20 hrs ago

Service Architect Maintenance Services – new

SCC Birmingham, England

, including costs and services to the transition team prior to the commencement of transition and service take-on • In support of the SCC Sales… Glassdoor

20 hrs ago

Sentinel Infrastructure Engineer – new

SCC Birmingham, England

Are you looking for a secure and stable career with longevity, recognition and opportunity? AsEuropes leading privately owned technology solutions… Glassdoor

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    A culture of blame, isolationism and political point scoring

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    Former Employee - Sales Executive in Birmingham, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Sales Executive in Birmingham, England (UK)

    I worked at SCC full-time (less than an year)


    I genuinely can't think of anything.


    I was employed to 'bring my experiences of over 25 years in the IT industry to SCC'.... I found very little desire from within the organisation to consider new ideas of a different way of doing things.
    My experience was that when I was told to do something, I was expected to do it, without question. On one occasion, when I offered my line manager a different perspective, she told 'not to challenge' her.

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    Trust your employees. Give them the flexibility and the ability to do the job they are paid to do.
    Consider the next generation of Senior management and board members. Carry on with the same board, and doing things the same way they've always been done, then you'll always get what you've always got !
    Embrace change. Embrace new ideas. Empower your employees. Allow them to flourish and watch the business grow.

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