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16 days ago

Account Executive, Financial Services (DSO)

Twitter, Inc. Chicago, IL

• Establish a collaborative business relationship between Twitter and Fortune 500 companies, and their marketing agencies • Create consultative… Twitter, Inc.

21 days ago

Brand Program Manager (Chicago or San Francisco)

Twitter, Inc. Chicago, IL

PRODUCTION & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT • Oversee the execution and program management of complex, high-profile programs for major clients… Twitter, Inc.

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    Current Employee - Engineering Manager in San Francisco, CA
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    If you like being a cog in a larger machine, then steer clear of Twitter/TellApart. This is one of the few places where I've been able to ramp insanely fast in terms of impact and responsibility. There are different challenges every day and plenty of opportunities for me to give feedback into Twitter/TellApart's future products and processes. The team is the best I have ever worked with...full stop. TellApart's bar for new hires is extremely high, but that has made the environment extremely positive. There have been plenty of blog posts regarding Twitter's "morale problem" but it's generally overblown. There are also too many perks to mention. In general, we are VERY well taken care of.


    There have been quite a few shake-ups in senior management, but for the most part this hasn't affected my day-to-day. I am still optimistic about Twitter's future. Twitter/TellApart is not a place for people that need to be told what to do everyday. You should consider Twitter/TellApart if you lean more towards "asking forgiveness rather than permission" mindset. If you're coming from a start-up, you will feel a loss of nimbleness coming into a larger, publicly traded company.

    Advice to Management

    Delegate more; Continue to be transparent and show us what's succeeding/failing on the product side; Message more that failure is OK as long as we are iterating quickly and taking away some learnings.

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