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4 days ago

Senior Administrative Assistant

Gartner Stamford, CT

• Creates spreadsheets and graphs and PowerPoint presentations as needed. • Demonstrates a proven ability to analyze data, research… Gartner

4 days ago

Sr Software Developer - ELOQUA

Gartner Stamford, CT

include: • Development of data integration programs between Gartner database systems and Oracle’s Eloqua platform using web services and… Gartner

6 days ago

Project Manager, Multimedia

Gartner Stamford, CT

• Strong project management skills; highly organized; excellent communicator (oral and written). • Should possess skill or show promise in at… Gartner

6 days ago

Life insurance Business and technologies, Analyst, Gartner research

Gartner Stamford, CT

phone and email inquiries from clients and sales on covered topic areas… Gartner

6 days ago

Research Director - Mobile Application Development

Gartner Stamford, CT

* Create specified volumes of written documentation of research (e. g. Research Notes, Reports, First Takes, etc.) in fulfillment of our commitment… Gartner

6 days ago

Account Executive - Financial Services

Gartner Stamford, CT +2 locations

The Account Executive is a field sales role responsible for both direct client contract value retention as well as growth through contract expansion… Gartner

6 days ago

Principal Research Analyst

Gartner Stamford, CT

• The role will play an active, leading position in supporting Gartner sales in terms of new business as well as retaining and supporting a broad… Gartner

6 days ago

Manager, Recruiting

Gartner Stamford, CT

Gartner, Inc. (NYSE: IT) is the world's leading information technology research and advisory company. We deliver the technology-related insight… Gartner

7 days ago

Client Director

Gartner Stamford, CT

Are you looking for a fast-paced career with outstanding advancement potential at a global market leader? If so, think about Gartner. The world’s… Gartner

7 days ago

Application Strategy and Governance, Expert, Gartner Research

Gartner Stamford, CT

• Define and conduct ongoing research and analysis related to Application Strategies, Governing applications and managing change to the application… Gartner

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    Gartner matured and developed into a well respected company and leader in the IT industry and continued to grow in size under the management of Gene Hall, since 2004. The company is stable and associates feel secure in their roles. Gartner has also been extremely flexible with flex-time, time off and working home remotely. Most analysts work remotely from their homes, but many other employees in various positions can work from home remotely too. However...it all depends on your manager, the department head and the business unit you work in. Be sure to choose properly! It makes a world of difference in your happiness and trade-offs. At Gartner you are working alongside the most intelligent and brightest people, with such diverse backgrounds, specialties and education from all over the world.


    As Gartner grew into a more formally managed company, many of the extra-curricular and fun activities ended. Gartner cut back on many expenses on travel, office supplies and eliminated company events, picnics and parties. The management style has turned into monitoring employees for everything, tracking them with metrics and requiring to meet quotas. There is always favoritism among some managers, providing preferential treatment and promotions to those that are not always qualified. It really impacts employee morale since everyone is not treated fairly. Some employees are "well liked" and in the "clique", similar to an EZ pass, to fast track their career. Human Resources was once a place that could help employees, but those days are gone. Present day Human Resources can be undermining and not considered "safe" among employees. You must remember, they will always side with your manager...even if you manager is the problem! There may be some "good guys" still out there, but that was not my final experience and I will have to keep the memories from a younger Gartner.

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    Management needs to have a consistency in the way they manage associates and provide fair, ethical and equal treatment to every employee. During my tenure, I've had experienced, ethical and positive managers. It may be a coincidence, but my favorite managers came from IBM at some point. They all had similar styles and everyone gravitated to them and had great reputations. Suggestion to management: Develop new manager training material, for example, use IBM as a model. On the flip side, there have been awful, unexperienced, degrading, dishonest and undermining managers with little social skills, that have unfortunately crossed my path. They fall into the "favorites" category, when someone has little or no management skills but yet they get promoted into a position of authority. As the saying goes (at least at Gartner) "the manager is always right", so basically you don't have a leg to stand on! The good thing is, if you can survive the situation until the next re-org, things can improve for you. Suggestion to management: Stop promoting people into management roles when they do not have the skills. I have felt like a guinea pig many times while the "new managers" practice on me, to gain experience. There is no comparison when it comes to who you report to. I have reported into GVPs and MVPs and also into younger and/or inexperienced Managers or Directors. Senior level managers will encourage training, allow flexibility, encourage you to spread your wings and grow. Low level managers are afraid to approve expense reports, want you visible in the office and put limitations on your desire to grow....maybe they feel threatened, I don't know. Suggestion to management: Level the playing field and provide the low level managers some real guidelines to follow. It’s the worst feeling to get thrown to a low level manager after having a senior level manager for so long, it feels like a detention center will all your privileges revoked.

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