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6 January 2019

How are senior leaders perceived at Qlik?

Pros

Great new leadership team, large amount of opportunity, great technology, flexible and fun environment

Cons

There has been a lot of change over the past three years

Great new leadership team, large amount of opportunity, great technology, flexible and fun environment

6 January 2019

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19 August 2018

What are some insights into the strategy or vision at Qlik?

Pros

One of the most generous employers in Lund when it comes to salary. A large restaurant with great staff, providing three options plus salad every day. Discounted massages on site Most colleagues follow the Core Values and are incredibly helpful and approachable, although this is being tested by recent GTM pressures and Cloud focus.

Cons

The pressure on performance since being acquired has understandably increased. The Swedish 'roots' only really remain in Lund where even there it is less prevalent than it once was. The overall mood has become more sour since some of the major changes (No annual summits, Qlik Academy for new starters, removal of Swedish CEO) Profit given our current strategy is critical but we are struggling with recruitment, thus putting more pressure on R&D to deliver in an increasingly shorter amount of time with a limited pool of resources. Too many well polished online videos and interviews of management. It would be great to see them around the Lund office more, reassuring staff that Lund remains as critical as it has always been. Struggling to recruit new staff that can help us reach our goals combined with valuable and talented contributers leaving the company for other opportunites. The Lund office is becoming increasingly sparse.

Advice to Management

Treat your staff more. They have lost some of their benefits which they were lucky to have in the first place, but soften the blow by having a few more gatherings to celebrate our achievements (aside from the Summer and Christmas Parties) Reporting good financial results per quarter does not directly impact large parts of the organisation and will not help with turnover of staff. Do more to recognise individuals and teams, with a paid weekend away for example similar to the President's club. If we are not growing at a rate that will fill the Lund office, it might be better to downsize as it feels like there is a lot of empty space with teams spread everywhere, hampering more frequent face to face collaboration. The amount of people using communication tools when they could simply walk over and discuss in person is incredible.

Profit given our current strategy is critical but we are struggling with recruitment, thus putting more pressure on R&D to deliver in an increasingly shorter amount of time with a limited pool of resources.

19 August 2018

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