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20 days ago

Extreme Blue Summer Internship 2015 - Business Roles

IBM Hursley, England

As a business student, Extreme Blue will give you the opportunity to run your very own micro-business within IBM. Youll take new technologies and… IBM

20 days ago

Application Rationalisation Consultant

IBM Warwick, West Midlands, England

We are committed to retaining our place as the leading supplier of application rationalisation, modernisation and IT simplification services, which… IBM

19 days ago

Senior Sales Engineer Midmarket-Silverpop

IBM London, England

The Senior Sales Engineer is a senior member of our technology sales team and primarily provides product and technology expertise, demo configuration… IBM

20 days ago

Senior SAP Sales & Distribution Consultant

IBM Warwick, West Midlands, England

Ideally youll bring client facing workshop skills, extensive hands on SAP SD configuration experience, especially in pricing. and SAP SD cross-module… IBM

16 hrs ago

Strategy Consultant – new

IBM Warwick, West Midlands, England

We have been ranked globally by Advertising Age as the Largest Digital Agency Network in the World in 2014, and within the UK we were recently ranked… IBM

20 days ago

Social Business Collaboration Consultant (CoC)

IBM Warwick, West Midlands, England

We are seeking individuals with experience and a passion for Social Collaboration. Individuals that can help clients rethink fundamental business… IBM

2 days ago

Data Scientist – new

IBM Cambridge, East of England, England

Good degree in a scientific\mathematical discipline. Java / J2EE technologies Strong domain knowledge in finance or law enforcement Big data… IBM

14 days ago

IOT Europe- Storage Flash Channel Sales & Platform Leader

IBM London, England

Work effectively with Product Segment leaders and Sales enablement to define requirements for Go To market strategies and Plays to support the Flash… IBM

20 days ago

Extreme Blue Summer Internship 2015 - Technical Roles

IBM Hursley, England

Youll need to be at University and on target for at least a 2:1 honours degree. You must also be in your penultimate year of study and be authorised… IBM

16 hrs ago

Enterprise Marketing Management Platform Architect – new

IBM Warwick, West Midlands, England

No two says will be the same. Your role will also involve planning and validating… IBM

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IBM CEO Virginia Rometty
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3,579 Ratings

    Opportunity for big growth in the people business, but restricted to over specialised work and a segmented business

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  London, England
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in London, England

    I worked at IBM full-time


    - Best practise leaders in behavioural assessment
    - Opportunity for high profile project responsibilities
    - Learning specialist skills and sharing work knowledge


    - Culture is heavily biased to academic background and work styles; hard if your profile does not fit
    - Terrible quality of provided equipment, very poor IT applications and poor IT help and support (ironically!)
    - Faked people approach as a stated busienss value; all fluff and gimmicks, no real care
    - Poor level of management capability and employee support
    - Too much time wasted through heavily bureaucratic working processes

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Focus on the people management effectiveness of your people leaders, develop the managers to be able to coach, develop, inspire their people. There are rare exceptions to this.
    - With so many legacy businesses being incorporated, the personal and hidden agends causes alot of mis-trust
    - Dont make it so hard to work! get better equipment, replace the overly onerous work tracking processes, get business areas to work together and not compete or ignore each other

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