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I worked at Kudelski full-time (More than a year)Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNegative OutlookDisapproves of CEO
Innovative industries are it's focus. Some brilliant people. A good percentage of their products are industry leading. A long storied history of technical innovation.
Unable to grasp longer term trends. Does not invest in it's various divisions. Does not invest in it's people. It was very quick to embrace USA employment advantages (i.e. no 'European' benefits for the Americans). They are no longer truly innovative. They have a very serious case of innovators dilemma (unable to destroy their existing/dying business to replace it with what's competitors are coming at them with from the outside). A dying company.
Advice to Management
Take more chances. Invest more in your future and less in maintaining just the present.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 4 weeks – interviewed at Kudelski (Cheseaux-sur-Lausanne (Switzerland)) in January 2015.
I was an interview for a network security related internship. The interview were composed in two parts : - First, I met the manager of the team in a small meeting room. The interview was more a discussion about the company, my life, interests and what I was expecting to get by doing an internship there.
- What projects have you been working on? Have you ever failed a project, if yes, what happened? How would you fix the problem if you could go back? Have you ever hacked something? What did you do? What were your motivations? If I ask you to manage a project on your own, what would be your first steps? How would you organize yourself? Do you know about methodologies? Answer Question
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Kudelski brings the digital revolution to the living room. Through its subsidiaries, the holding company offers secure digital TV access systems (Nagravision), smart cards used for digital TV access and other applications (NagraID), and its original product line, high-end digital and analog audio recorders (Nagra Audio) for the radio, film, and music industries. The company's OpenTV subsidiary develops software used by cable and satellite TV operators. SkiData designs smart card and ticketing systems for amusement parks, parking facilities, ski resorts, and sporting ...