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Network Security Advisor Dell SecureWorks

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Business Systems Senior Advisor

Dell London, England

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Python Developer (Remote) (Pipeline RM1)

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland

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Cloud Software Developer (Java \ C++)

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland

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4 days ago

Inside Sales Specialist

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland +2 locations

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Senior Security Operations Consultant

Dell London, England

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Dell Chairman and CEO Michael S. Dell
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    Low Cost does not equal High Quality

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    I worked at Dell

    Pros

    There are some really great people at Dell and having a career at Dell can be really rewarding, you get to learn a hell of a lot and it can be a good place to work because you are trusted to manage yourself and your time, it really helps to grow you as a person. You have to work really hard but then the benefits are well worth it.

    Cons

    There are some excellent managers at Dell however unfortunately they always seem to be the ones who are not favoured because they dare to stand up and say what they really think, personally I admire that way or working because at least you know where you stand and can count on them for the truth of a situation when you really need it. Its shame that those attributes are not valued more within Dell.

    On the flip side there are some really bad managers who dont listen and are weak / spineless because they dont stand up for the good of their staff when it really counts, "managing upwards" I think is the expression where they are only looking out for themselves.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You lost a lot of good people and knowledge because you valued Cost cutting over Quality and unfortunately that is biting you on the ass now with the issues that you are seeing, youve made some very poor decisions. That and the fact that you need to give some of the IT folks a break sometime, instead of working them to death. Let them just fix the issues before you move onto the next big project. People dont want to visit the Dell.Com when its performance is so bad and it takes them twice as long to order the products they want to buy.

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