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28 days ago

IT Support Technician

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

We need a master troubleshooter, someone who can't sleep till they've found a solution. We need someone obsessed with fixing root causes and… ThoughtWorks


18 days ago

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ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

ThoughtWorks is always keen to hear from like minded individuals so we wanted to make it easy for you to talk to us.Our recruiting team prioritizes… ThoughtWorks


28 days ago

Inside Sales, ThoughtWorks Studios

ThoughtWorks Chicago, IL

We are looking for people with a passion for excellence in everything they do and thrive in highly open, collaborative, and learn & teach cultures… ThoughtWorks


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ThoughtWorks President and CEO Guo Xiao
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    Unfortunately stumbling along

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    Current Employee - Senior Consultant  in  Chicago, IL
    Current Employee - Senior Consultant in Chicago, IL

    I have been working at ThoughtWorks full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    + Great culture; smart people
    + Interesting mix of clients/industries
    + Opportunities for international assignments

    Cons

    - Company leadership is young, still in their "first job." It really shows.
    - Financial feast-or-famine mentality
    - You can earn 20% more salary anywhere else (at least); it makes it hard to attract top talent.
    - Poor consulting skills across the org; only a handful practice them
    - Lots of young, inexperienced hires per capita.
    - TRAVEL. It gets tough.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    * Develop yourselves. Take classes on public speaking, leadership development, etc
    * Hire more experienced people
    * Sell better

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