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30+ days ago

Global Partnership Director

Yahoo! London, England

As a Global Partnership Director, youll work with field sales and key account managers in all markets to drive revenue growth through global… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

Industry Head - Retail and CPG

Yahoo! London, England

The Industry Head is a key external role within the UK Digital Field Sales Team reporting into the UK Managing Director and Commercial Director… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

Sr Frontend Engineer

Yahoo! London, England

We are looking for a Front End Developer to join our fast-growing Mobile & Emerging Products team in London. This person will be writing mostly… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

Dir, Specialist

Yahoo! London, England

We are looking for someone that can inspire, motivate and compel people to think differently. You should be a strategic thinker who is good at… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

New Business Sales Manager

Yahoo! London, England

· Represent Yahoos product and business offerings to media agencies · Understand Yahoos products and services from a commercial perspective and… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

Experienced Service Engineer

Yahoo! London, England

Mobile & Emerging Products Production Engineering (MEP-PE) is seeking a talented self-motivated engineer to join its world class team responsible for… Yahoo!


30 days ago

Director, Global Accounts - CPG

Yahoo! London, England +2 locations

You are a self starter with curiosity and persistence, dynamic, flexible, hard-working and highly organized. You will be responsible for maintaining… Yahoo!


30+ days ago

Research Scientist

Yahoo! London, England

Include: · Apply probabilistic, machine learning, and data mining techniques to build models to improve relevance, revenue, and user experience… Yahoo!


22 days ago

Software Development Engineer

Yahoo! London, England

Required Technical Skills and Experience · Experience with server-side API programming on Linux · Proficiency in at least one compiled… Yahoo!


30 days ago

Director, Global Accounts Retai

Yahoo! London, England +2 locations

You are a self starter with curiosity and persistence, dynamic, flexible, hard-working and highly organized. You will be responsible for maintaining… Yahoo!


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    Amazing work culture, brilliant colleagues, short-sighted management

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    Pros

    Work culture is superb. Lots of avenues for expressing creativity. Was quite open and transparent in the beginning (about 7 years ago). Learning and development department conducts good trainings on a multitude of things from hadoop to interviewing skills. Opportunities to grow were good till about 3 years back.

    Cons

    Teams are siloed. No one knows (or even wants to know) what other teams are doing. All-hands are insanely boring, more like mundane project status meetings. There was a time when the "snacks" during these all-hands was like a full-fledged buffet. It's now reduced to one cupcake or quiche.
    CEO talks of transparency, but there is hardly any. People are not involved in much decision making.
    There is no passion for the product or for the customer. It's all about delivery delivery and delivery.
    Tech Pulse has just become a show of strength now rather than a platform for innovation.
    It seems Bangalore center is trying too hard to show it's value to Sunnyvale.
    Senior leadership is little or absent. It's like a captainless boat swaying to the winds that blow from Sunnyvale.
    They try too hard to monetize everything, and all monetization is mostly about ads. No emphasis on products or user experience (UX has degraded from iteration to iteration).

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Advise to CEO: Get rid of non-performing unnecessary managers and directors and VPs and SVPs. Not sure why so many levels are required here in India. Even with so many levels, its mostly the engineers running the show all the way.

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