I’ve been working on an interim management assignment for a Global SI (Systems Integration) firm.
You know, one of those immense consulting organisations that offer you “experience of working with an exceptionally wide range of leading organizations across the globe”. Where their client list includes major international players in virtually every business sector.
All the ingredients for a great career move are here. Globally recognised clients. World leading technology partners. Great teams of professionals working on challenging projects. Ongoing training and career progression. Coupled with attractive benefits and rewards.
With such alluring ingredients why would seven employees from one business unit handed their resignations in a week?
This was an exodus, that now leaves an interesting challenge for those portfolio managers, like myself, who must deliver projects to a demanding business client.
The joys of PPM.