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  1. "Service Delivery Manager - Order to Cash"

      Current Employee - Service Delivery Manager in Chennai

      I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 10 years


      Great learning, and fast-paced culture


      not much of transparency, slow growth

    1. "Great place to work"

        Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 

        I have been working at IBM full-time


        Can work from home Flexible hours


        May have long hours if you're behind on work

      • Helpful (3)

        ""It's not always about the money Spider-Man""

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        • Senior Management
        Current Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Costa Mesa, CA
        Positive Outlook
        Approves of CEO

        I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 3 years


        -Opportunity - So much opportunity to do more than just your job, passion projects, giveback to community, working with schools, internal groups, external groups. My development job at IBM is a very small amount of the work I do, I do more for IBM outside of my lab/office just in the external giveback and working with outside organizations and groups. -Work Life Balance - I think it's termed "integration" now, which...

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        -Big-, IBM is B-I-G, so there's no list of steps for things like career progression, establishing internal support groups (like a gaming group for example), how to establish a community outreach event, etc. and that's mostly because no one defines what/how you do any of that, and really the way it's done is different for everyone so it's really up to you to figure out how to do all that. -Money - They pay well, is it...

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        Advice to Management

        It seems like there could be better engagement with employees to make them aware of the services/groups in IBM, some sites are much better equipped to do that, but smaller sites might need better tools or things to try to get people more engaged, the smaller sites feel much more "quiet" than the excitement of the larger sites SVL/Austin for example.


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