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Project/Property Manager

Development Company of America Westminster, MD

for real estate development/mgmt. Min 5 yrs exp in commercial/industrial construction, tenant fit-out, budget estimating & scheduling. Able to… CareerBuilder

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Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America President & CEO Johann Jungwirth
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    Very Poor Management

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Redford, MI
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Redford, MI

    I worked at Mercedes-Benz Research & Development North America full-time


    Nice coffee machine. Great brand recognition.


    Very Poor Management. From president to senior managers to supervisors, they would rather jump fire to fire and blame customers or circumstances (or ignore and gloss over things) than solve real problems and hire good project manager.

    Due to one manager's bad decision-making and knee-jerk reaction of President, entire location is no longer permissioned to work at home.

    Why you would promote someone from Senior Manager to Director who has nothing but a track record of failure is beyond me and is great example of tone deaf management team.

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    Take failure seriously. Learn from it and make sure doesn't happen again. Hold yourself accountable so mistakes only happen once and avoidable ones don't happen at all. Ask, listen to, and follow-through on feedback of your engineers so that projects are successful. Stop "hoping" things will work out.

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