Sendero Senior Leadership FAQ

Read what Sendero employees think about senior leadership and the CEO at the company.

Sendero has a Senior Management rating of 4.2, and Bret Farrar, the CEO of Sendero, has an approval rating of 99% across the organization.

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January 7, 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Sendero?

Pros

The company invests heavily in the professional and personal development of it's employees. The company knows exactly how to select the highest quality talent that best fit the company. Company leadership cares deeply about every employee. Leadership listens intently to employee feedback and takes the appropriate action to improve the company. The company truly desires to be a great company.

Cons

The company is growing rapidly and on occasion growing pains do surface. The good news here is that the pain doesn't last very long as corrective measures are usually in the works before the pain shows up.

Advice to Management

Continue to listen closely to those around you. Learn the difference between chatter and challenge. Continue to be great servant leaders.

Company leadership cares deeply about every employee.

January 7, 2019

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March 19, 2021

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Sendero?

Pros

You will never get staffed on a project with people you don't like or can't relate to. They hire really fun people and are committed to making sure those people have a good time on client work and internal projects. You will learn a lot about technology and how IT departments at big companies work.

Cons

Lame work. Just about all of it is IT project management in a staff aug. capacity. This is NOT a management consulting firm. Most of the PM roles are long term and your ability to see multiple clients is limited over the course of your staff level time. There are a few roles that dabble in portfolio management or optimization but your only interaction with revenue producing leadership will most likely be in stakeholder communications. People talk about "growing pains" but the growth has been pretty steady. Sendero hires a lot of junior employees and sees relatively heavy turnover towards the top. Profitability per head is presumably high which is great for the financials. However, they hire the same kind of people so keeping the culture isn't all that hard in the growth process. Where they face trouble is from the decisions they make in terms of corporate strategy and people development. Most decisions don't align with the strategic vision they lay out for employees. They hire people who want to be consultants and then staff them at data centers.

Advice to Management

Build a sales team and hire strategic advisors from other consulting companies. Expand your breadth and depth of service offerings so you actually become a management consulting company.

Where they face trouble is from the decisions they make in terms of corporate strategy and people development.

March 19, 2021

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