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30+ days ago

Senior Business Intelligence Consultant

MicroStrategy Charlotte, NC

MicroStrategy Consultants empower customers to make more informed decisions by providing timely, relevant, and accurate answers to their business… TheLadders.com


30+ days ago

Senior Director, Product Management, Usher – easy apply

MicroStrategy Tysons Corner, VA

Usher is what Sir Arthur C. Clarke had in mind when he said, Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Usher was born in… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Consultant – easy apply

MicroStrategy AB Utrecht (Amsterdam), Netherlands

MicroStrategy Consultants empower customers to make more informed decisions by providing timely, relevant, and accurate answers to their business… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Yes – easy apply

MicroStrategy United Kingdom

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MicroStrategy Chairman, President, and CEO Michael J. Saylor
Michael J. Saylor
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    A sinking ship.

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    I have been working at MicroStrategy as a contractor

    Pros

    MicroStrategy has a great product. Huge companies trust us to deliver great enterprise solutions. Most of the people employed are smart, wonderful people that are great to work with.

    Cons

    The upper and mid-level management are overpaid and over-valued. Reorganizations are cutting the muscle and leaving the fat, taking away from departments and teams that do the bulk of the good work. The management and executives are out of touch and weak: they don't stand up to the other high level executives. They do not fight for and protect their teams and departments for fear of angering the CEO. The CEO refers to his employees in inappropriate and derogatory terms and his time is better spent on his yacht than in the office.

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    Until the CEO steps down or the executives stand up for their interests, the company will continue to lose money and will not recover.

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