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IBM Jobs in San Francisco, CA


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30+ days ago

SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) Senior Managing Consultant

IBM San Francisco, CA

The world is getting smarter, triggering unprecedented change. IBM's unparalleled ability to bring together deep business insight, advanced research… IBM


25 days ago

Security Channel Development Representative - New England

IBM San Francisco, CA

- Maintain a knowledge of the specialty sales processes, techniques, and tools, and advises others on their use through opportunity and territory… IBM


30+ days ago

ExperienceOne Client Solutions Professional - Texas

IBM San Francisco, CA

• Assess customer strategic needs and uncover business requirements in order to portray ExperienceOne solution advantages in support of… IBM


30+ days ago

Watson DevOps Developer

IBM San Francisco, CA

Responsible for developing and implementing IBM Watson application solutions for public sector clients. The Watson Integration Specialist will listen… IBM


30+ days ago

Federal Smarter Infrastructure Sales Specialist

IBM San Francisco, CA

include: - Managing a broad Federal territory to drive new sales and expand existing business - Creative prospecting through campaigns, business… IBM


9 days ago

Curam Software-Senior Business Managing Consultant

IBM San Francisco, CA

• Gather and/or define requirements, often through interviews and facilitating meetings with client subject matter experts. • Provide information… IBM


24 days ago

Performance Marketing Professional

IBM San Francisco, CA

This candidate will work with OpenPOWER Content Marketing Manager to determine key marketing messages to align with core themes as they relate to… IBM


21 days ago

Software Client Architect Manager - Midwest

IBM San Francisco, CA

• Lead your team to build the sales opportunity pipeline and to technically progress opportunities to closure • Provide technical sales support… IBM


30+ days ago

Data Architect

IBM San Francisco, CA

The Data Architect will also review business requirements, determining the different models types needed for a project, support and lead in the… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior SAP Production Revenue Accounting (PRA) Tax & Regulatory Consultant (Oil & Gas Industry)

IBM San Francisco, CA

This individual will serve as a SAP Application Functional Specialist, providing application functional consulting and implementation expertise in… IBM


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    Work remotely is great, but the only motivation.

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    Current Employee - Analytics Engineering in San Francisco, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Analytics Engineering in San Francisco, CA (US)

    I have been working at IBM full-time (More than 10 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Disapproves of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Remote work. Customers continue (blindly) to purchase whatever IBM will sell them without question. If these $bil dollar customers only knew what they were throwing their money at.

    Cons

    As most have already stated, the management chain at IBM is deplorable. From execs to senior to middle to junior management, without fail they have ALL been placed there as a level of their incompetency.

    Execs are not technical and have no idea what IT does. Most are psychologists, HR types, or from Social systems. Problem employees that can't be dealt with legally are often promoted to some level of management, and given new subordinates to manage. Problem junior/middle managers typically find a director or a VP to cling to, and spend the rest of their lives kissing their butts to keep their jobs. They provide no leadership, no forward thinking, and certainly no one that can be approached for some meaningful insight. These are truly incompetent people, and the company is full of them - upwards of 45% of the world employee pool is management. Management is does not and is not supposed to produce ANYTHING. Except that phone call that you've been laid off or a bad PBC review.

    The mood/tone at IBM is just awful, and every day we look for the proberbial email of a 2 week notice. Approaching your first line manager is pointless and often backfires into an RA or a poor PBC rating. Poor PBCs have tripled in the last 2 years, using this tool to eradicate older and other "miscreant" work staff.

    Most are fired within 12 months in advance of retirement. IBM only retired several employees last year, all of them were from the management ranks. And yes, everything you hear on the news RE execs robbing the place blind in the $millions is true.

    It's an IT company that's BSing it's way through new technologies - and most know it

    Advice to Management

    No advice to management that they would either care or heed. They're not here to support, grow, enhance or build the company. There are here to get rich and feed egos. Most don't know what Analytics even is until their staff of 40 briefed them. Same with Cloud. Their staff writes speeches for them, briefs them with new buzzwords, but still shallow and sharing one common trait - GREED

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