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17 days ago

Technology Architect - Dot NET

Infosys Fremont, CA

As a Technology Architect, you will significantly contribute to identifying best-fit architectural solutions for one or more projects; develop design…

17 days ago

Lead Consultant - Oracle EBS Finance

Infosys San Jose, CA

As a Lead Consultant, you will be an expert contributing to different phases of the consulting lifecycle. You will be intensely involved in business…

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Dr. Vishal Sikka
755 Ratings

    Orwellian company despite great technology skills

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    Current Employee - Project Manager in Fremont, CA
    Current Employee - Project Manager in Fremont, CA

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    People are very friendly toward each other and foster a general environment of collaboration for mutual benefit. Most employees are technologically competent, especially in the adoption of new technologies. Out of the Indian IT companies, they have taken the most holistic approach to management to create positive atmospheres in their Indian campuses. A new diversity office creates a globalized workplace in India (social policies, paternal leave, flexi-time). Along with several other employee-started groups, the "life" part of work-life balance seems to be flourishing.


    The company is plagued with redundant, outdated processes which limit employee independence and self-reliance in their roles. The paternalistic mentality places rules and constraints on people, thereby leaving control and power to only a few people. There is also a pervasive reluctance to see the reality of a situation despite facts to the contrary. The collective pressure to be optimistic is strongly felt at every level. Lastly, there are no merit-based promotions. If you are promoted, its due to your relationship with a well-placed friend.

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    Pay attention to the ground - those at the bottom of the organization are the future, and may have insights that may be purposely hidden from them by middle management. Also, the war for talent is heating up, and the intake of quality talent is rapidly dropping. Consider thinking about how you're going to keep the best people (promotions come to mind) and how to attract the best talent (freedom from processes).

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