IBM – Manassas, VA
associated with environmental remediation including: - Implementing environmental remediation programs at properties formerly owned by IBM and… IBM
IBM – Tel Aviv-Yafo
• Monitoring field issues in coordination with the WW field and quality teams, creating and being in charge of the product "quality backlog… IBM
IBM – Germany Any
. • Proactively identify and recruit referral, digital agencies and reseller partners; largely operating out of DACH and CEE • Manage the ongoing… IBM
IBM – Washington, DC +10 locations
including requirements gathering, budget allocation, curriculum development and design, delivery, execution and measurement in both virtual and… IBM
IBM – Ottawa
The Extreme Blue program lead role is a challenging leadership role with responsibility for both planning and execution of the IBM Canada Lab Extreme… IBM
IBM – New York, NY
The Analytics Community Program Manager will be driving programs for the analytics community that will share the… IBM
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I worked at IBM full-time (More than 10 years)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
There are boundless opportunities and it is one of few companies where the sky might be the limit. There is a real commitment to work life balance and the company provides opportunities for volunteering.
This is one place where one person holds their career in your hands. If the manager does not like you, your career is pretty much over. There is a constant fear of being RA'd (IBM's term for laid off). The relative contribution metric pretty much assures that you will in fact not share your accomplishments with the team. Instead of making the slice of cheese larger, an increasing amount of people compete for a smaller slice of cheese while the executive ranks get the big bonuses.
Advice to Management
They really need to do away from the relative contribution model. STOP bleeding mid career talent in favor of college kids! Today's millenials are taking jobs and training and then leaving in two years because they are not afforded any oppotunities. The middle management needs a vigorious shakedown.