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Xilinx Jobs in Longmont, CO

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4 days ago

Senior Product Applications Engineer

Xilinx Longmont, CO

As a Hardware Product Applications Engineer you will provide technical support for Xilinx FPGAs in the areas of High Speed I/O and Serial… Xilinx

4 days ago

DevOps Support Engineer

Xilinx Longmont, CO

Xilinx Inc., is seeking a Development Operations (DevOps) Support Engineer to work in the DevOps Infrastructure team that supports the Software and… Xilinx

6 days ago

Senior Systems Analyst - Support Reporting Lead

Xilinx Longmont, CO

The Worldwide Technical Support team provides best-in-class technical support for Xilinx customers, focusing on problem-solving and product… Xilinx

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Xilinx President and CEO Moshe Gavrielov
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    Engaging work on hard problems virtually every day, and doing so for a company that always seemed poised for rapid growth.


    Management believed that it needed to play things close to the vest, so changes in direction were unexpected, and often poorly informed by ground truth. As a result, there was much empire-building and turf-protection by middle management. There was rarely a perception by people in the bottom half of the company that everyone was on the same page (even when it was true!). What was worst, though, was that much of the conflict seemed to be the result of false drama, created because the CEO, who had copies of the management classic "Who Moved My Cheese?" passed around after his arrival, seemed to take as his personal goal to "move people's cheese," not because it was necessary, but because he could.

    Advice to Management

    Imposed change is only useful when it solves a problem, or anticipates a problem successfully. Otherwise, constant disruption makes it impossible to plan more than a few weeks out. While this is "agile", agile only works if you start with a working product, and are clear at each step what changes in product behavior will result from the next iteration of expected behavior.

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