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4 days ago

Sales Support Representative Cedar Hill TX

AT&T Cedar Hill, TX

AT&T: So Much More of What You Work For Looking for an opportunity where you can put your energy and enthusiasm to work? Of course you are… AT&T


19 days ago

Sales Support Representative Grapevine TX (Towers Of Grapevine)

AT&T Grapevine, TX

AT&T: So Much More of What You Work For Looking for an opportunity where you can put your energy and enthusiasm to work? Of course you are… AT&T


19 days ago

Retail Sales Consultant - Grapevine, TX (Towers Of Grapevine)

AT&T Grapevine, TX

Find out what it's like to work in an industry that's not about to slow down- with a company that has a legacy of successful innovation. • Start… AT&T


14 days ago

Part Time Sales Support Representative Grapevine TX (Towers Of Grapevine)

AT&T Grapevine, TX

AT&T: So Much More of What You Work For Looking for an opportunity where you can put your energy and enthusiasm to work? Of course you are… AT&T


10 days ago

Retail Sales Consultant Hurst TX (Hurst)

AT&T Hurst, TX

Find out what it's like to work in an industry that's not about to slow down- with a company that has a legacy of successful innovation. • Start… AT&T


16 days ago

Retail Sales Consultant Lewisville Frisco

AT&T Plano, TX

Find out what it's like to work in an industry that's not about to slow down- with a company that has a legacy of successful innovation. • Start… AT&T


18 days ago

AT&T Sr Solutions Architect (External Clients) Big Data

AT&T Plano, TX

resources for strategic planning and developing solutions based on the understanding of the current and future needs of the business. Should have… AT&T


9 days ago

Lead Solutions Consultant Big Data

AT&T Plano, TX

This role is responsible for working across multiple internal organizations/functions on Big Data for given business segment portfolios. The focus of… AT&T


25 days ago

AT&T Lead Solutions Architect (External Clients) Big Data

AT&T Plano, TX

The Lead Solutions Architect (External Clients) - Big Data will act as a liason between Business Partners (Executives and Officers in Business Units… AT&T


9 days ago

Lead Compliance Analyst

AT&T Plano, TX

Develops compliance documentation including use of metrics to research, analyze, and resolve complex issues related to key compliance areas, training… AT&T


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    Current Employee - Lead Product Marketing Manager  in  Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Lead Product Marketing Manager in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at AT&T full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    You learn to quantify things, even things that normally you would not think have a value associated to them, such as love..."brand love" is one example for those in marketing or advertising roles. It's nice to see the correlation between the brand, product, market perception, etc take shape in a controlled environment. After all, it is much safer at AT&T than at a start-up...

    Cons

    Big risks on occasion lead to big rewards....the "on occasion" piece is absolutely true at AT&T, this isn't the AT&T/Bell Labs you hear about in old TV documentaries that was the market leader and driving force behind how the world became a smaller place. Today it's bigger, more regulated than ever, and drags the weight of many legacy networks that it simply cannot get rid of. As a result, everything, even the smallest decisions, moves at a snail's pace with lengthy levels of review and approvals. Some of my colleagues who do not work for AT&T have often criticized AT&T for being representative of the traditional way of running a company....that AT&T isn't guided by investing in technology solutions and customers service itself, but rather in the shiny veneer of it's brand that you see in multimillion dollar sponsorships, government lobbying which will only increase as AT&T works for gain government approval on a potential merger with DirectTV. Perhaps this is a move for a big risk?...Hardly, the last merger attempt with T-Mobile which was shut down by the Dept of Justice resulted in a $4B penalty and AT&T posted a $6.7B loss for the failure in order to close the books on that big risk. Senior officer team is still the same... apparently you can take a loss like this and still keep your job at AT&T. That's how tight the bond is with most of the senior managers. Who knows...maybe this time it will be different....

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Forget the life long employee model which most of our senior management still belongs to which seems to continuously foster succession plans that are limited when it comes to diversity of thought and experience. Limit the power HR has on small decision to give greater power to managers and their employees on common sense managers. Yes, there will be some fall out, but not nearly as weighty as the possibilities of escalating small issues into large ones. And while I love our diversity and inclusion narrative...it's aspirational and idealistic for another generation of leaders at best. Just take at the photographs of senior leadership....good looking group we've built over the years, but continues to fails the litmus test within that group of elites. It's not clear to me how we have such lengthy and well written policies yet this can be like this even today. "What we say" and "what we do" in this area are often two separate things..it's not everyone, but when you get visible permission from senior management, that's invalidates what may have started as genuine intention. Suddenly, instead of being inclusive everyone moves into self preservation or small group preservation. That photo is just one example. and this is certainly not able solving for a "selfie" on the annual report, but rather solving for substance and truth of intent behind those words. So until we can finally approach that day when the photo (or whatever we that form of media in the future) in annual report can reconcile with those values we claim to hold dearly to our corporate culture, how on earth can we aspire to be thought leaders that bring about the most creative and simple solutions to many of the world's complexities? Let me end on a joke... TIP (the innovation pipeline).

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