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2 days ago

Systems Administrator Sr Advisor – new

Dell Plano, TX

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11 days ago

Dell Credant Project Manager

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


30+ days ago

PeopleSoft Delivery Manager

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


28 days ago

QA Software Tester Associate

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


4 days ago

Dell Credant Software Dev Sr. Engineer

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


19 days ago

PeopleSoft Techno Functional Developer

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


30+ days ago

30+ days ago

Security Center Ops Sr Analyst

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


30+ days ago

Endpoint Security Systems Advisor

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


30+ days ago

Dell Credant Usability Sr. Engineer

Dell Plano, TX

Dell


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    Former Employee - Project Manager in Dallas, TX
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    Pros

    in the early days the company rocked. lots of fun and take on the world mentality. as it grew, it became less of a place you wanted to come to work to the point where it was absolutely no fun. the stock upside was gone and the pain/gain ratio was imbalanced. i had 17 bosses in my 7 years there and only 1 was left 6 months after i did. i agree with the posting on the ex pat side. i was one and had to fight tooth and nail for a decent position when i came back. no one in dell us marketing thought the international experience was worthwhile. that initial manager i reported to only survived 3 months at dell!

    Cons

    lack of strong middle management.

    think about this...of all the great tech companies, IBM (numerous), TI (compaq founders left TI), Intel (numerous), etc... who had managers leave, no single great company has emerged from a person leaving dell.

    Advice to Management

    stop thinking about yourselves and think about the customer experience and how you can make your team better.

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