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BioWare Edmonton New Media Production Coordinator (Contract) – easy apply

BioWare Edmonton

• Location Apply Now BioWare Edmonton New Media Production Coordinator (Contract) Req. Number: 43403 Location Information: Edmonton, Alberta… BioWare


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BioWare Edmonton Development Manager (Contract) – easy apply

BioWare Edmonton

include project management oversight of end-to-end development of web or mobile experiences. In close partnership with producers and… BioWare


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    A surprising amount of dysfunction for an otherwise awesome company

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Edmonton, AB (Canada)

    I worked at BioWare full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Reasonable pay, top notch benefits, free breakfast, unique perks (fitness allowance/transit pass program). Lots of fun, well intentioned staff events and food rewards. Plenty of genuinely good and friendly people.

    Cons

    So much awesome with weird pockets of dysfunction. Some groups almost feel external in how disconnected they are from the company culture and values. A lot of your usual politics, favouritism, and underlying tension from group to group. The vets will regale you with stories of BioWare past, but there are remaining signs of such a tight-knit group of like minded folks working on industry leading games. EA assimilation is well underway, and you're trained to dread it and resist it.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's probably time to let go of that empty promise of maintaining the integrity of the old BioWare ways and identity.. long time employees know what's what, and new employees just get a confused view of the big picture. Upper management needs to look beyond their direct reports and open their eyes to the massive disconnects that exist, and then care enough to address it.

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