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2 days ago

Healthcare Business Development/Project Manager – new

IBM Atlanta, GA

relationships. The Healthcare Business Development/Project Manager will be responsible… IBM

24 days ago

IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) Developer

IBM Atlanta, GA

include: • Collaborate with BPM Analysts, Technical Architects and Project Managers to build solutions that solve custo… IBM

22 days ago

Business Development Executive

IBM Atlanta, GA

phase, as appropriate. Typically report to a Business Development Manager. • Primary… IBM

12 days ago

Business Development Professional

IBM Atlanta, GA

will include: • Identify, recruit, and develop new business partners for our cloud-based marketplace • Manage, track, and close the identified… IBM

13 days ago

Program Director - Research Business Development

IBM Atlanta, GA

The successful candidate is expected to have knowledge and awareness of future trends in the technology market. They should be very familiar with new… IBM

23 days ago

Business Analytics Product Manager

IBM Atlanta, GA

Coordinates market research programs (including coaching and mentoring others) to identify significant markets and market segments, then develops… IBM

24 days ago

Technical Sales Engineer - Platform Computing - Northeast USA

IBM Atlanta, GA

Work closely with Sales Account Manager to develop business opportunities, analyze customer… IBM

21 days ago

Technical Sales Engineer - Platform Computing

IBM Atlanta, GA

Work closely with Sales Account Manager to develop business opportunities, analyze customer… IBM

10 days ago

Software Development Manager

IBM Atlanta, GA

for efficiency and effectiveness • Monitoring scrum teams productivity • Assisting… IBM

24 days ago

SAP Advanced Business Application Programming (ABAP) Development Lead - Fairfax,

IBM Atlanta, GA

Selected candidates may not need to travel for all projects outside of their metro area… IBM

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    There are many great people at IBM. The biggest perk is work from home. If it weren't for that I think people would have bolted for the door long ago. Little or no weekend work to start. They will let you work a different schedule as needed. Management is not looking over your shoulder much that I noticed. These are all good things but sadly they are not enough.


    The biggest problem in the consulting division is it is totally disorganized and process bound but the problem is that the processes they are bound to have almost completely been forgotten. So you may sit and twiddle your thumbs for 6 months or more waiting for the simplest to get things setup like laptop, and credentials. Things that every other company has either day one or at least in the first two weeks of your employment. They struggle with everything like it was a battle of epic proportions. Their processes are so antiquated that it is beyond belief that they are still doing it that way in the 21st century. I was really excited to be working here but after time my excitement gave way to disappointment and remorse for taking the job. Literally things that happen in real time everywhere else fail to do so here and processes change without warning. For example getting the network team to issue new IP addresses which at worst case scenario takes a week with normal paperwork in a normal company can take up 6 months or more here. So definitely make sure you have your precognitive abilities honed to a razors edge. ;-) Management seems very much aware of these problems but seems unwilling or unable to do anything about it. Everyone in management seemed afraid to take on the status quo and preferred to keep the checks coming instead. Our customers seemed constantly angry and unhappy. I have yet to see any attempt at customer service that was not a light hearted joke. They have done things this way for a good long time and no matter who you are your input for change will likely be ignored. So if you have an opportunity elsewhere that would be your best option. I was beguiled by them at first but the dream became shortly a nightmare of nearly Biblical proportions in my opinion.

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    Fire the people that believe in doing things the "same way we alway have" is a good one. Get some people who know how to break an egg to make an omelet. Get rid of some of the corporate drones and replace them with people who question insanity at least some of the time.

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