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    I worked at Rain Bird

    Pros

    Surprisingly large number of hands-on design/development/Test talent. It is a consolation / solace to be around them :). One of the reasons new hires do join is because of interaction with these people during the interviews. Some first level managers impress you with, "how good management" is done.

    Cons

    Fairly consistently professional growth and any ideas different from, "how it is done in Rain Bird" are stifled

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Being a manager does not necessarily mean you are the most talented and best in that field. In some cases your idea might indeed be far better than those of your reports... but that would be a coincidence... not a requirement for you to be a good (or just being a ) manager.
    A somewhat different role of the manager that has produced great results in other companies is to grow, empower, guide the people who report to you to create very powerful creative forces to help the company advance and compete with an edge in the field

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