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30+ days ago

Alliances Consultant 4

Oracle Reston, VA

Facilities the development of strategic marketing and new business plans for all assigned partners to meet or exceed assigned business goals. Works… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Senior Principal Consultant

Oracle Vienna, VA

Operates independently to provide quality work products to an engagement. Performs varied and complex duties and tasks that need independent… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Market Research Analyst 4

Oracle Santa Clara, CA

Initiate and develop techniques for research and analysis of current and future markets, products and services identifying business opportunities… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Marketing Analyst 4

Oracle United States

Leading contributor individually and as a team member, providing direction and mentoring to others. Work is non-routine and very… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Product Marketing Analyst 1

Oracle San Francisco, CA +2 locations

Work involves some problem solving with assistance and guidance in understanding and applying company policies and procedures… Beyond.com


28 days ago

Incentive Planning Analyst 1-Fin

Oracle United States

Partner with lines of business in the design of compensation models in the support of strategic business initiatives. Update Terms and Conditions of… Beyond.com


29 days ago

Incentive Planning Analyst 4-Fin

Oracle California

Partner with lines of business in the design of compensation models in the support of strategic business initiatives. Update Terms and Conditions of… Beyond.com


28 days ago

QA Analyst 4-ProdDev

Oracle Mexico +7 locations

Work is non-routine and very complex, involving the application of advanced technical/business skills in area of specialization. Leading contributor… Beyond.com


8 days ago

Management Trainee (ANZ)

Oracle Sydney

Job duties are varied and complex utilizing independent judgment. May have project lead role. Demonstrated product/project… Beyond.com


5 days ago

Alliances Consultant 4, Health Sciences Global Business Unit

Oracle Tokyo

Facilities the development of strategic marketing and new business plans for all assigned partners to meet or exceed assigned business goals. Works… Beyond.com


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    It was the best of times...it was the worst of times...

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    I worked at Oracle full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Fairly decent benefits. Very talented people who persevere despite the bureaucracy and culture.

    Cons

    Unless a member of the "chosen few", raises and bonus have become a thing of the past...not even cost of living increases. Difficult seeing the compensation of the few at the top and the large cash reserves, while experiencing what amounts to a pay cut over the past few years. Total emphasis by senior management on shareholder value and increasing revenue is the recurring theme. Ambitious growth goals, but Oracle arrogance as perceived by the marketplace seems to constantly punish Oracle share price. Internally seems very much a shark tank. Larry likes it that way. Survival of the fittest and all that. The consequence of that culture is the growing silo effect between "clans" and very inconsistent organizational cooperation. Have I mentioned "customers"? Unless one is a consistent multi-million $$$ "donor", mainstream Oracle just doesn't really care. The smaller organizations that have been swallowed up by the Red Beast still have remnants of those for whom SMB customers do matter, but slowly they are being assimilated into the Borg.

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    I have no advice for senior management, as if they would listen. For mid-level GM's, remember there are actual people working either for you, or for themselves. It's your prerogative to stimulate and motivate them, or they will become nothing more than mercenaries. JD Edwards is one of the few for whom I see the light still shining.

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