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    It used to be International Business MACHINES

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    Former Employee - Design Engineer in Research Triangle Park, NC
    Former Employee - Design Engineer in Research Triangle Park, NC

    I worked at IBM full-time (more than 10 years)


    Still tremendous resources, which applied properly make IBM an employment to be sought after. Infrastructure, support and many of the people are the brightest and best. It is a world wide presence unmatched in the computer industry and still develops and builds some of the best super computers, without which the communications and IT infrastructure as has been known for today's "cloudy" world would be impossible.


    What is best for the customer is often second. Too many layers of management. There is also a mole very high in the management chain that leaks information to the media that either is dead on accurate, but found out by the employees via that media first and not the company, OR, which the company can selectively contradict and soften resource action negativity by not being as large in numbers as originally leaked.

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    Return to being at your core about international business MACHINES, or change your name. And then get rid of about 6 layers of upper management to streamline operations and cut costs where they would have the most impact. Reread over and over Thomas Watson, Jr.'s book "A Business and its Beliefs-The ideas that helped build IBM".

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