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Hyperion Planning Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

Experienced finance professional with functional and Hyperion Planning technical skills within the performance reporting and planning areas. The… IBM


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Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Managing Consultant is… of existing applications. The Oracle Procure to Pay Senior Managing IBM


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Oracle Order to Cash Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The Oracle Order-to-Cash Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Financials and Manufacturing technology/process deliverables to… IBM


30+ days ago

SAP HR Payroll Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The SAP HR Payroll Senior Managing Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of HR… IBM


2 days ago

Global Security Senior Managing Consultant - SAP – new

IBM Chicago, IL

The consultants in the global security services practice are advisors and management consultants who can speak about the entire security landscape… IBM


30+ days ago

Oracle Financials Senior Consultant/Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The Oracle Financials Senior Consultant is responsible for consulting on Oracle engagements, including implementation, upgrade, and/or extension of… IBM


21 days ago

SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The world is getting smarter, triggering unprecedented change. IBM's unparalleled ability to bring together deep business insight, advanced research… IBM


7 days ago

Hyperion HFM (Hyperion Financial Management) Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The successful candidate will have a minimum of six years experience working for a major consultancy or Big Four consulting firm working with the… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior Managing Consultant Retail Multi Channel, eCommerce, Order Management

IBM Chicago, IL

of the Senior Managing Consultant will be to assist in driving consulting… IBM


30+ days ago

SAP Supplier Relationship Manager (SRM) Managing/Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Chicago, IL

The Team Lead is expected to provide guidance for design alternatives, communicate with their team and across other functional and technical teams of… IBM


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    Current Employee - Marketing in Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Marketing in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at IBM full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Flexible scheduling and the ability to work from home
    Decent benefits, including generous personal holidays and vacation time
    Intelligent, hard-working colleagues who really care about the work they do and who want to be successful

    Cons

    Constant reorganizations throw teams and divisions into turmoil every 6-12 months, impacting productivity.

    The constant threat of layoffs has driven morale to an all-time low. The annual performance evaluation process is archaic and only forces talented people out of the company. Due to the bell-curve like system, managers are forced to rate a certain percentage of their teams as low performers, even if those people don't deserve that ranking. Now many of those people are losing their jobs. The executives in charge should be subject to the same unfair rating scale as the rank and file.

    Salary increases are nonexistent. Only the top performers can quality for annual bonuses, and the pool of top performers shrinks every year because the rating system is flawed, so the bonus remains out of reach for the majority of people, despite successfully taking on more and more responsibility.

    There is no opportunity or incentive for external training or continuing education to develop new skills, unless it comes out of your own pocket. Internal training and development consists of webinars, videos, presentations and electronic books.

    IBM is late to the game in many new technologies, including Cloud, and this is evident by the consistent loss of revenue and lucrative contracts to new competitors like Amazon. This once innovative company no longer knows what it wants to be and suffers from an identity crisis--ask most people what IBM does, and they simply don't know. Until IBM has a clear plan for the future that involves more than reshuffling employees and changing the names of its business units, its long-term survival is in jeopardy.

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    IBM's most valuable asset is its people. They are smart, driven, hard-working and want this company to succeed. Many of us are also shareholders. But until you recognize this and treat employees with respect, rewarding them for their service instead of trying to appease the board of directors and major stockholders, the company will continue to bleed money and talent.

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