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I spent 9 years with Accenture, Bangalore. Leadership and Sr. Management are very very selfish, they want the project to be successful to get their name lime lighted with client and their managers, but the day you are done with the work, they don't know who you are. Until such time, all false promises. If more follow-ups are done about promotions, either they will talk about lot of unrealistic developmental areas or move you another project.Good thing is based on your performance you get good annual increments and bonus, but don't expect any career growth. You stay in the same level and get good salary, but one fine year your salary will hit wall of that higher bracket, next year your increment is 1% or max2%
Good Team members, Ambiance work culture, good annual increments
No career growth, useless leadership and sr. management
Best balance of work-life balance and salary among all consulting firms. Not for people who want to stick to their home locations since work location is dependent on where the client location currently is.
Great leadership team globally Focus on employees and work life balance Keen on developing employees and their careers Employees are empowered at all levels to run smooth deliveries
work life balance, Engaged leadership with employees
Very transparent system along with inclusive work culture that provided a lot of opportunities to work, learn, mentor, train, and grow. This has been a decade of continuous learning and striving to deliver beyond the organizational goals.
Transparency, work culture, opportunities, people
Rigid orgnizational processes
It was year end and we had to book the journal before book closes. There was delay in data from sales and marketing (S&M) team, that's input for the journal. There were many steps needed to be followed before journal can be processed. Management was in continues follow-ups with S&M team. Team member was doing side steps. I got snacks for late staying team members. As it was very late, being team's manager I was trained on each activities, I given my hand for the activity and we ended day after 22 hours. It was like a major operation success. The enjoyable part is team hurdles and fun at work on Friday.
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It's a company with some good and some not so good traits. I would rather not talk much about it. The flexible working options are good, but the grievance redressal process is rotten and a bluff.
Flexible working hours
Formal grievance redressal process doesn't work.
Bad HR practices , Horrible team members . Does not provide a sense of belonging and a pathertic place to work . You are just another expendable resource and they make you feel it . Advise is to use the opportunity to get all the certifications you can and then get out as quick as possible .
opportunity to do certifications
bad perfomace appraisals, bad enviorment, no leadership
Lot of learning options. Good exposure to serve many clients. what you learned: - Emerging technology. Excellence in software development. Management: - Too much focus on metrics. No good people management here, every one manages only resources there. co-workers: - Excellent people to work with. Hardest part of job: - Too much multitasking. Enjoyable part of Job: - working on technology which reaching millions users
Good exposure to emerging technologies
No growth options, too much politics
Accenture has process oriented company. Where one will get to learn about the processes and strategies in all the business categories. It is perfect example of how the work culture should be.
No doubt that it's great company but this is dependent the kind of management that you got an opportunity to work with. A flat organization that one can reach to any level and share /execute their ideas. People with flexibility get the kind of roles of they look for and will have fast paced career path and roles are assigned based on the potential not by the seniority, which a very good sign. Resources normally lose focus on technology after 7 to 8 years experience and technology gurus are very less with more than 10 years of experience. It's all pure project / program /account management and technology focus is less. IDC is just a delivery center, purely involved in delivery of a deal which they are not involved at all during the solution phase. Lots of unnecessary cost at onsite puts tremendous pressure on IDC to meet financial goals. Technical skills will deteriorate and resources lack grip on technology from Team Lead (Sr) onwards, not a technology company for people with more than 8 years of experience. Opportunities to grow as a Technology Project / Program Manager are less irrespective of the greater flexibility that anyone is open to demonstrate. Resources at all levels are occupied with what is in store for me in next year appraisal right from the next day of current year appraisal and least focused on things at hand to be delivered. People with 7 to 8 years of Accenture experience are also fired if the background check fails. But I don't have knowledge on other aspects of an organization doing it. Performance appraisal is big messy thing - more...
Good learning curve in people, delivery, demand and financial management and exposure to challenging clients, Competitive compensation compared to market and market correction happens almost every year
Technical skills will deteriorate and resources lack grip on technology.
Accenture is a world class company. Working for accenture means that you are working with some of the smartest and professional people. You get to learn a lot working here. Accenture is also one of the best paying companies and which also gives you an international exposure. 10/10 for Accenture
You work with very smart people and learn from them, travel across the world and get handsome salary
A lot depends on the project and project manager, If you are in the wrong project which doesn't suit your interest, it is the worst place to be in