Intuit Director Jobs in Mountain View, CA

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15 hrs ago

Director IIT – new

Intuit Mountain View, CA

• Partner with systems engineering and infrastructure engineering teams to deliver agile, highly automated capabilities to manage infrastructure… Intuit

15 hrs ago

Manager 3 Development – new

Intuit Mountain View, CA

• Technology leaders at Intuit think strategically and drive for results. They build high performing teams by putting the right people in the right… Intuit

7 days ago

Director Development - Platform Systems

Intuit Mountain View, CA

Come lead a Product Infrastructure engineering team at Intuit! Were looking for an engineering leader to be the Director of Product… Intuit

5 days ago

Group Manager, Developer Documentation

Intuit Mountain View, CA

The Intuit Developer Group is at the center of Intuits growth strategy. We work with 3rd party developers to deliver Software-as-a-Service (SaaS… Intuit

6 days ago

Senior Manager - Tech Women Leader

Intuit Mountain View, CA

• Define and deliver global experience for our technical women as part of the Office of the CTO • Develop short and long-term strategies and plans… Intuit

7 days ago

Director of Web Marketing, QuickBooks Online Ecosystem

Intuit Menlo Park, CA

QuickBooks is seeking a visionary Director of Web Marketing to create best-in-class user experiences for QuickBooks web properties,… Intuit

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  • Politics, politics, politics everywhere

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    Former Employee - Senior SRE in Mountain View, CA
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    Great people to work with, great benefits, nice location, good workspace. Lower and medium class management usually is very cooperative. At least in my team.


    Too much politics everywhere. The higher you position, the more you get involved into the meetings which results with no time to work on projects or need to work after hours just to get things done. Too much micromanagement. Promotions are very specific to the teams: some managers tend to get their people promoted too early which results with employees struggling with the responsibilities they are not ready for; others tend to postpone promotions to make sure people are ready to work at new position (e.g. ready for politics, effective discussions and ready to 'sell' their ideas).

    Advice to Management

    Please avoid micro-managing people. The more meetings you schedule, the less job gets done. Some people (talkers) love that, others (doers) have to struggle to do what they have to do having 3-4 meetings a day.

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