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17 hrs ago

MobileFirst Services Sales Representative - Mobility Solutions Sales – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

The candidate must be capable of analyzing clients' financial statements, market and industry to determine potential areas of strength, weakness… IBM


17 hrs ago

Infrastructure Services Client Representative – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

Working collaboratively with the client team and other brands for the duration of the sales engagement. This role ensures not only the maximum… IBM


17 hrs ago

Technical Eminence Evangelist – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

The ideal candidate will join our newly-formed IBM Cloud and Mobile Technical Eminence team and work proactively in a collaborative yet fast-paced… IBM


17 hrs ago

Commerce Technical Sales Business Unit Executive – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

include: • Ensuring that the technical sales team possesses the right mix of technical and professional skills to support sales activities in… IBM


17 hrs ago

Regional Channel Velocity Leader - MidWest – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

Include: • Achieve / Exceed regional channel and velocity targets • Ensure a healthy and diverse channel eco-system within their assigned… IBM


17 hrs ago

First Line Manager - Enterprise Cloud Software Sales – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

• Maintain a high level of Cloud solution expertise and competitive intelligence • Guide team members to identify decision makers and targeted leads… IBM


17 hrs ago

Executive Search Consultant – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

include: • Partnering with our internal Executive Search Consultant team and Hiring Executives to understand the sector, industry and service line… IBM


17 hrs ago

Business Analytics and Strategy Project Manager - Smarter Infrastructure – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

include: • Build and manage client relationships • Work with clients to establish project policies, procedures, schedules and plans… IBM


17 hrs ago

Solution Sales Representative (Business Resilience Services ) – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

for Business Continuity and Resilience Services Service Product Line. One must maintain demonstrated technical skills in Business Continuity and… IBM


17 hrs ago

In House Agency Recruiter - Professional Search Agent – new

IBM San Francisco, CA

The successful candidate must possess communication and interpersonal skills, as they will be interacting with candidates of all demographics. The… IBM


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    Pros

    Brand value, resources, flexibility, ability to work from home. Plenty of smart people and perhaps a good place to learn how big companies approach problems and operate on a global scale. Great for technical people who prefer extremely well-defined roles where every process and procedure is already laid out.

    Cons

    Aging, stodgy, painfully slow promotion schedule, endless career ladder, and almost everyone's a lifer. This makes the environment incredibly myopic, political, and people are expected to stay well within their tightly defined roles and position on the totem pole. Workloads and expectations are high, and it's the kind of place where it's ok (and expected) for managers to regularly ream their hardworking staff the slightest typo, shortcoming, oversight, etc. As a result, people often fear their managers, who fear their managers, and so on.

    Advice to Management

    Partnerships and acquisitions can only get IBM so far; at some point IBM has to start inventing things again and making products that the next generation of people actually want to use. Stop listening to the customers of yesterday and build what the businesses of tomorrow need (hint, they are young, small, and they do not relate to anything you are currently building, selling, or talking about.) Some outside blood at the top would really help - IBM just cannot see outside of their own walls and time is running out. Right now watching IBM compete is like watching an old geezer doing the macarena at a wedding, surrounded by a few other old cronies who are telling them they still got it.


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