- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at naviHealth full-time (More than a year)
Great people (can't stress this enough)
Good industry knowledge
Customers are passionate about products - very active
Parent company has very little experience in SDLC
Development recently took over Product Managment (& not in a good way)
Some technology is so antiquated that it's hard to find developers (ColdFusion)
Headstrong developers fight Product's findings and definitions of users / needs
Development based gold-plating is rampant
Squabbling & slippery short-term goals along with pet projects kill timeframes, deadlines and overall morale
Advice to Management
Stop squabbling over short term goals and finish migration of all SAAS products to common platform
Get your foundation in order (data quality & single repository)
Data may be king, but data scientists should not be driving product features
LISTEN to your Ux & Product people, Customers and SME's !
Stop saying - we've always done it this way
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at naviHealth (Newton, MA).
Applied online and received an email from hr person wanting to connect. I replied my availability and didn't hear back. Did follow up email 2 days after initial reply. Hr person replied they would like to phone interview. I have suggested times over next several days. Didn't hear back. Followed up 2 days later. Gave open times. No response other than a meeting invite for a time that was in my availability. Accepted the invite and sent a follow up email confirming. At the accepted hour received call from the hr person. First words were what is your salary requirements. Rude as anything. I went into speil of Boston market and the range for this type of role, years of experience not only being an agile coach but being in the industry they serve. So I said that based on salary alone I would be mid market and that could change depending on total compensation and we were ahead in the conversation to talk salary when I new little about the company, people, job etc. She thanked me for my time and hung up. Very disappointing. If that is any indication, I'm sure it isn't, of this company culture where the first impression is dealing with a very rude recruiter then good luck finding someone that will help you as an organization grow.