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9 days ago

Channels Specialist

Autodesk Seoul

This position is part of a customer engagement program within Autodesk Korea Channel Program organization. This is a role that requires strong… Autodesk


30+ days ago

AEC/BIM/Visualization Premium Support Specialist

Autodesk Seoul

Autodesk has a great opportunity within our Premium Support and Services (PSS) division for a position combining AEC, BIM & Visualization (primarily… Autodesk


30 days ago

Support Account Manager

Autodesk Seoul

Support Account Manager Autodesk, Premium Support Services (South Korea) Role/Purpose: Within our Premium Support Services, we strive to… Autodesk


30+ days ago

MFG Territory Sales Manager

Autodesk Seoul

Role/Purpose: Responsible for the overall implementation of the sales strategies and for the sales results of an industry or territory. Manages team… Autodesk


11 days ago

Technical Sales Specialist-Gameware

Autodesk Seoul

For above mentioned role, 1. 5-10 industry experience 2. Good knowledge on Autodesk Gameware and Stingray 3. Fluent English communication in… Autodesk


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  • Research associate - 6 month contract

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    Pros

    The people at Autodesk research are very smart and curios about how people user autodesk products. There is a divers set of research topics being explored. They are open to collaborations with academics.

    Cons

    I has a hard time with some of the meetings that were scheduled for 3-4 hours of even all day. People lose their focus after a couple of hours. I'd cut them down and spend more time actually doing the work.

    Advice to Management

    Shorter and less frequent meetings would keep everyone more productive. Other than that, keep up the good work.

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