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High Tech Industry Practice Director of Business Development

Hitachi Consulting Seattle, WA

About Hitachi Consulting Corporation As Hitachi, Ltd.'s global consulting company, with operations throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East… Hitachi Consulting

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Vice President, Sales Software Industry Practice

Hitachi Consulting Seattle, WA

and close large, complex projects and managed service deals. Existing… Ivy Exec

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Hitachi Consulting President and CEO Philip R. Parr
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    Great place to work, if you are a developer or project manager either right out of college or ready to settle down.

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    Former Employee - Manager, Specialized Services in Seattle, WA
    Former Employee - Manager, Specialized Services in Seattle, WA

    I worked at Hitachi Consulting full-time (more than an year)


    - Unlimited Vacation Time
    - Ownership of Projects
    - Variety of Projects
    - Travel


    - Travel
    - They aren't sure what to do with specialists
    - A lot of cliques
    - As a specialist, you won't be able to display the work you've done after you leave.
    - Apple computers only given to upper management, forcing designers to use old PCs that can't handle the graphic needs of the Adobe Suite.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Understanding the mid to senior level employees capabilities and focuses is crucial to keeping those resources happy. Forcing those who have industry experience into project management roles, when that is neither their focus or strength will not accomplish this.

    Additionally, understanding the role of specialists and what it takes to for them to do their work, both from a process and hardware standpoint is crucial. Currently, specialists are clumped in with everyone else, and expected to learn development or project management to succeed.

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