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Senior Program Manager

Autodesk Lake Oswego, OR

The Senior Program Manager position plays a critical role inplanning and execution of the… Autodesk

12 days ago

Senior Technical Program Manager Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)/Automation

Autodesk San Francisco, CA

Autodesk is hiring for a Senior Technical Program Manager Infrastructure as a Service… Autodesk

4 days ago

Director, Global Support Program Offerings

Autodesk San Rafael, CA

Job Title & ID: Director, Global Support Program Offerings (15WD17501) Location: San Rafael Looking for a career that combines innovative… Autodesk

30+ days ago

Intern Software Development, CAD Data Translators

Autodesk Novi, MI

You can gain real world experience working as part of a fast-paced team developing the technology that enables Autodesk products to transfer CAD… Autodesk

30+ days ago

Director- 123D SW Development

Autodesk Pune

As a Software Director within the Autodesk Consumer Group, youll be a technological guide for the client and server programming teams for the 123D… Autodesk

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    Autodesk promotes a great culture of teamwork and collaboration to achieve success. Autodesk is also a cool company in that it's software products are used by our customers to imagine, design and build a better world.


    Due to the efforts of consensus building, it take time to come to decisions. The are at times handwringing and posturing where decisions involve certain business risks resulting in unnecessary upward delegation of decision making. This is mainly observed at the lower and mid level management positions. Nevertheless, the deliberative process works well to obtain buy in from all stake holders.

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