Pros: mixed culture, the right people i've met here, training initiatives, corporate responsibility
Cons: cost cutting
- Starts with a clean slate, all past cleared and kept track of.
- Managing work with head count.
- Alerting when required.
- Updating all on alerts.
- Constant feedback on either scales of measurement.
- Fun events on low work days and when required after a stressful day.
- Learning through the years:
- Experience is a time oriented event,
- Dealing – more... with a mixed culture is vital for exchange of different ideas and suggestions,
- New will always have newer and unexpected questions needing attention and patience,
- Customer pressure trickles with increase in aggression requiring escalation handling skills,
- Management is tough but perfect when they have strong and the right fundamentals.
- Hardest part:
- Justifying/ reasoning practicalities that don't match number analysis (non-numeric research work vs. number oriented work),
- Making suggestions to a set of tenured people resistant to change, – less