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30+ days ago

Technical Writer

Opower Arlington, VA

As a product expert, you'll be expected to have a complete understanding of how our products work, how they will work, and how they are developed… Opower

30+ days ago

Engineering Manager

Opower Arlington, VA

What does Opower do? We’re applying cutting edge computer science to one of humanity’s greatest challenges: Energy. Our utility customers around the… Opower

30+ days ago

Senior Quantitative Analyst

Opower Arlington, VA

At Opower, we're applying cutting edge analytics to one of humanity's greatest challenges: Energy. Our behavior based program works to help consumers… Opower

30+ days ago

Analyst/Senior Analyst - Regulatory Affairs and Market Development

Opower Arlington, VA

Opower helps households use less energy and save money while improving their quality of life. Opower seeks a Regulatory Analyst to analyze energy… Opower

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Opower Founder & CEO Daniel Yates
Daniel Yates
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Arlington, VA
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    The people are all A-list and care about at least one of the two aspects of the dual bottom-line mission: profit and energy use reduction. The CEO & President genuinely care about everyone in the company. The stocked breakroom, group lunches, various clubs, and happy hours are a plus.


    Over the past two years, the coupany has tripled in number of employees. Perhaps because of this, politics between parts of the company has ranged from confusing to nasty in the past few months. Some middle-managers are more focused about their rank and position when they should be supporting people on their team or focusing on bottom-line results. The result is an environment is one where lower-level employees tend to get things done despite their respective bosses as well as a bit of fear.

    Advice to Management

    Dan and Alex should take a hard look and their second-level direct reports and ask not only if they have the technical skills but the people skills for a growing company.

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