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Current Employee – been working at Texas Instruments
Pros – Texas Instruments is a great place to work in two scenarios: (1) you are a career starter and need someplace to get your bearings with decent exposure to technology, or (2) you are looking at an impending retirement and for a chance to simply while away your time with benefits.
Cons – TI's first big downside is the retirement home mentality ingrained within the organization. This is quite frustrating. The atmosphere severely lacks motivation, enthusiasm and sense of ownership and pride.
Second, the company overall seems to have entirely lost its sense of direction. It wastes enormous quantities of time and resources chasing around after incredibly stupid projects that never see the light of day.
Advice to Senior Management – First and foremost - FOCUS! Think of a viable strategy and stick to it.
Next, get some spirit and drive into this company. A culture change is badly required.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2009-05-01 07:57 PDT
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