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17 days ago

Systems Engineer

Nbbj Columbus, OH

Systems Engineer Since 1943, NBBJ?a leading global architecture and design firm?has helped companies and organizations create innovative places… jobsradar.com


30+ days ago

Landscape Architect - Lead Designer

NBBJ Columbus, OH

• Lead and participate in a collaborative, open team environment • Work as a liaison between the design team and clients to identify project goals… NBBJ


30+ days ago

Interior Designer - Mid Level

NBBJ Columbus, OH

NBBJ’s Columbus office – a dynamic design studio with an award winning Interior Design practice working regionally, nationally and globally – is… NBBJ


30+ days ago

Digital Practice - Studio BIM Leader

NBBJ Columbus, OH

The successful candidates will understand the strategic importance of BIM and possess the critical technical and interpersonal skills needed to… NBBJ


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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Columbus, OH

    I worked at NBBJ full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    Wonderful architecture. Brilliant minds. Opportunity to meet other great thinkers.

    Cons

    Administrative management is corrupted. Too much emphasis on "who you know" and "image". Not enough emphasis on rewarding hard work and protecting the integrity of your work. The relaxed work culture can be a two edged sword that also allows for gutting someone's reputation without any facts. Those with this mindset group together to achieve their goals and bully others who refuse to accept their method of "success". They parade how great they are while stabbing you in the back.

    Advice to Management

    Be professional. Don't let your internal management be neglected. It will eventually spillover to your client base. A friend of a partner shouldn't become a manager. Then they are trained by the subordinate. After they learn their job, they boot them out. It is called stealing. A relaxed work culture doesn't equate to relaxed ethics and professionalism. It is a bad reputation to allow this behavior internally. You can never get so big that you neglect this.


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