poor management of client aspirations and unreasonable demands
Senior Security Engineer (Current Employee) – Portsmouth – 1 December 2017
There was little or no understanding of security methodology or of the implications of decisions made from that position of ignorance. The culture was one of knee-jerk decision making regardless of plans and schedules based on a customer who principle approach was to bully into submission using the threat of future work, or not, as a weapon to enforce submission.
The hardest part of the job was coming to terms with my inability to impact on this culture.
The most enjoyable part was I got to work with a really dedicated, skilled, and sociable workforce working hard to surmount these issues and, largely, achieving results.
Poor Management Decisions