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30+ days ago

Sales Manager B2B

EnerNOC Zürich

Entelios AG - an EnerNOC Company, is the leading European Demand Response / Virtual Power System solution provider to commercial & industrial power… experteer.com


30+ days ago

Sales Manager B2B - Demand Response

EnerNOC Grafing bei München

Entelios AG - an EnerNOC company, is the leading European Demand Response / Virtual Power System solution provider to commercial & industrial power… experteer.com


30+ days ago

Sales Manager B2B, Austria - Demand Response and Energy Efficiency

EnerNOC Grafing bei München

As a sales manager, B2B, Austria you are part of the high-profile, internationally fast growing EnerNOC team. They work closely with the sales staff… experteer.com


16 days ago

Account Manager

EnerNOC Boston, MA +3 locations

The Account Manager establishes productive, professional relationships with key personnel in assigned accounts and enables customer success through… Glassdoor


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    ups and downs, but definitely on the upswing!

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Project Manager  in  Boston, MA
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Boston, MA

    I have been working at EnerNOC full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    - Working with bright, passionate people on projects that actually matter.
    - Reasonable opportunities for advancement, if you're proactive about it.
    - Managers genuinely care for staff, and work environment is pretty flexible

    Cons

    - Frustrating pace of software development -- everyone has great ideas, and we have very limited resources for making those ideas a reality. This is improving, but remains a pain point.
    - Lack of vision and strategy from upper management communicated through the ranks
    - Maintain silos within our various groups, creating small fiefdoms rather than a unified workforce.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be realistic about the vision for the company. If we're going to champion ourselves as a "technology leader", we need to actually be on the forefront of technology. We're not. Recognize our strengths in customer service and innovative business models, and design the corporate strategy around those instead of industry buzzwords.

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