Polycom – Herndon, VA
Include: · Manage Deal Registration process for Americas and lead development of Deal Registration best practices globally · Work with senior… Polycom
Polycom, Inc. – San Jose, CA
• Design and implement exceptional HR operations and business process excellence across the supported organizations. • Develop and deliver HR… Polycom, Inc.
Polycom – Canada, Working From Home
• Ensure the company successfully meets agreed revenue, profitability and market share targets across all solution sets. • Promote and raise the… Polycom
Polycom – Paris
· Advisor to managers in terms of the French administrative regulations (paid holidays, working time, sick leave, benefits etc.) · Advisor to… Polycom
Polycom, Inc. – Westminster, CO
will include, but are not limited to the following: • Manage delivery of all contractual commitments to strategic partners and their end… Polycom, Inc.
Polycom, Inc. – San Jose, CA
The position’s primary focus will be on the project management of an Oracle R12 Implementation. This person will work very closely with both the… Polycom, Inc.
Polycom, Inc. – Mexico
· The deal register must be verified to avoid duplicities, this means to avoid two partners working on the same opportunity Deal register and then… Polycom, Inc.
Polycom, Inc. – Munich
A key part of the role will be to will work closely with Polycom channel sales to develop channel marketing plans to drive marketing initiatives via… Polycom, Inc.
Polycom – Westminster, CO
• Provide new product development, cross-product integration, and custom client solutions. • Engage in architecture, design, requirements… Polycom
Polycom, Inc. – Andover, MA
s, troubleshooting activity, and resolution data in the customer relationship management database system. Ø Gather, review and record any pertinent… Polycom, Inc.
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I have been working at Polycom full-timePros
Products tend to be aimed at corporate clients, so the tech we get to work on is pretty nice. Depending on where you work, driving pennies out of the products isn't a key factor. The work is usually pretty interesting. Usually pretty flexible about work schedules. Pay seems to be a bit above average, which tends to compensate for the shortcomings.Cons
No leadership or vision anywhere in the company. Revolving door at the higher levels, constant hirings and firings in upper management. Nobody has enough experience in the right position to effectively lead, so there's a lot of silos and disorganized/redundant effort. There have been times when we've been told to work 60-80 hour weeks to meet deadlines set arbitrarily by the C-level execs.
A lot of products built by committee with (ironically) little planning. Not a lot of thought before code - more of a "rush it out the door, make only the minimal changes required" kind of development model.
Within the engineering ranks, there are a lot of senior "architects" who are set in their ways and few (if any) fresh ideas and faces. A lot of 1990's development models and archaic architectures.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Someone needs to lead, guys. Stop delegating, organize your efforts, and put some people in charge or you'll continue putting out batches of low-quality products rushed to market by teams competing with each other within the company.RecommendsNegative OutlookNo opinion of CEO