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Business Intelligence Specialist Data Scientist

Belgacom Group Petit Bruxelles

You will gain insights to come up with recommendations to influence strategic decisions (e.g. pricing optimization) or tactical choices (e.g…

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Media Planner

Belgacom Group Petit Bruxelles

You contribute to the design of the media strategy and you develop the media plans in collaboration with the Medi…

26 days ago


Belgacom United States

Your Profile: This job requires excellent analytical skills and attention to detail. Due to the dynamic nature of the business, self-motivation and… Glassdoor

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Belgacom United States

Are you passionate about technology? Do you have a can do attitude? Is respect an absolute must for you? Then you’ll fit in perfectly with us… Glassdoor

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Belgacom United States

A professional and stimulating working environment in the telecommunications sector. Various career… Glassdoor

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    Worst experience for developers

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    Current Employee - Analyst - Programmer  in  Brussels (Belgium)
    Current Employee - Analyst - Programmer in Brussels (Belgium)

    I have been working at Belgacom full-time for more than a year


    No rush, canteen, international teams, many products and technologies


    I've never seen such a paternalist management style. While they want to hire competent people they actually lock them on a very small scope, and teamwork culture is clearly not there, everything is done to keep things in silo. Infrastructure is incredibly fragile. Development and deployment practices dates from the eighties and management style from the fifties. Project management via email and micromanagement, applications are done by one employee at a time, preventing any sinergies. Outdated OS on the servers, and while it's mostly network related programming non-admin windows laptops are imposed, with a ridiculous set of outdated development tools. Due to that, development is 75% workarounds and bugfixes and 25% actually developping features ( maybe worse ). Don't go there until they fix their culture.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Use agile methodologies with tools that are actually available ( you have jira, learn to use it and have people use it please ! ). Don't hire people without telling them you expect excel work ( or better, abandon excel and have web applications ). Integrate security within the projects, not like a minefield that may hurt you anytime, and actually design a security strategy in layers instead of the current security theater. Get rid of internet explorer 8, that's just ridiculous. Enable people to better communicate and be goal-oriented instead of being detail oriented.

    I know you have some old-school culture to fight with, but really, it's time to wake up and understand that best people aren't coming for the money, when they wake up and go to work they want to achieve something.

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