Good things to come I hope. And time to grab that Chromebook I've been eyeing
1. Advance in their technology (as akin to arms escalation, however they still seem to be stuck in technology from a decade ago)
2. Use technology that is so backwards modern technology will have difficulty tracking it (imagine punch cards, ok maybe that's a bit dated, but perhaps Word perfect and Lotus 123)
It would be cool to see organized crime starting to use analytics (shadow economy is a sizeable chunk of GDP and it may not necessarily be a bad thing. Crime as long as it is logical without bringing malice and harm to others is useful at times, especially when laws that are passed are redundant and ridiculous)
It's kinda like trying to figure out the magician's trick and seeing how close you are the to actual trick :P
I am expecting the bean counting to worsen. Bean counters only strategy against declining revenue is further cost cutting which does not work. Short term gains for long term pains. Until leadership wakes up to understand drastic measures need to be taken to stay in technology, they will destroy the company.
Non bureaucratic minds who understands that IBM is no longer calling the shots nor setting industry standards should be promoted to rebuild bridges and truly engage clients with quality products and not powerpoint slides.
If the leadership is still blind and forcing the company to head towards $20 EPS, good luck. With a zero talent retention strategy and solely praying that outdated processes and acquisitions of cheap but worthless entities will help the company regain former glory, good luck.
I should try out this same tactic at work
- IBMconsultant, 2013 - present
- HalliburtonSenior Procurement Specialist, 2012 - 2013
- Stats ChippacDesign Engineer, 2012 - 2012
- Advanced Micro DevicesIntern, 2011 - 2012
- SABICIntern, 2009 - 2009
- Books KinokuniyaBook Assistant, 2006 - 2007
- Mitsubishi ElectricPromoter, 2003 - 2004
- Technical University of MunichIC Design, 2010 - 2012
- Nanyang Technological UniversityIC Design, 2010 - 2012
- Nanyang Technological UniversityIC Design, 2006 - 2010
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