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"Good place to work if you're on a respected team or know the right people."

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Former Employee - Manager in Denver, CO
Former Employee - Manager in Denver, CO
Recommends
Approves of CEO

Pros

Great company and with new CEO at the helm, it is in the right hands. Also, very forward-thinking for a real estate organization.

Cons

Very conservative, not a lot of sharing between departments. Lots of office politics and posturing.

Advice to Management

Keep executing. Loosen up the purse strings with non-management staff.

Other Employee Reviews for Prologis

  1. "Spent an amazing summer interning for ProLogis at their corporate headquarters."

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    Former Employee - MBA Intern in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - MBA Intern in Denver, CO
    Recommends
    Approves of CEO

    Pros

    - Talented colleagues
     - Excellent employee development opportunities
     - Professional work environment and business practices
     - Well respected name in industry, great for resume building

    Cons

    - A large company with the internal politics and overhead headaches that come with scale

    Advice to Management

    - Roll that debt
     - Don't be too uncompromising in markets outside of US


  2. Helpful (2)

    "Approach with caution..."

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    Former Employee - Purchasing Manager in Denver, CO
    Former Employee - Purchasing Manager in Denver, CO
    Doesn't Recommend
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Initially it sounded like a great challenge. A newly created position in the IT department with as-yet undefined responsibilities.

    Cons

    It didn't take long (about two months) to realize that IT was highly disorganized and any suggestions for process improvement promptly ignored by mid level management that were generally too busy fighting fires to deal with actually improving the situation to avoid future fires. The actual CEO of the company was a very good person to work with, visionary! The CIO had no guts or gumption and spent most of the time dodging anything controversial or percieved to make him look unpopular with the Board. He has now been terminated (thankfully) but unfortunately the CEO has moved on. Layoffs underway. The current gentleman at the helm is a good person (Walter) and I wish him the best.

    Advice to Management

    Most of the polarization in IT is being caused by one senior IT executive who cares more about her personal image and close bevy of "friends" than actually working. She throws away hundreds of thousands of dollars on consulting firms as opposed to actually DOING any work or directing anyone to do it. Once the consulting firm of the day falls from her grace, they are booted and another group is brought in. I'd look at her value to the company with a critical eye, in light of current financial situations.

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