Therefore, the leadership team thrashed my manager for collecting irrelevant information and wasting everyone's time for the past week. However, my manager promised to share all the requested information in the next two days, which was a weekend and did not even bother to check my availability with short turnaround time. With no other options left, I had to work on weekends to collate the information requested by the leadership team and my manager has to follow up with all account owners. Without even getting the information from the account team, my manager started to pressurize me to share a draft version with available information and at one point I had to shout back at my manager to stop bothering me without any available information. Finally, towards the end of the day, I got some inputs from the account team and the shared information seemed too vague and irrelevant for the context. Again, with the available time I was able to share an initial version of the slides to the leadership team for review and to know more about their comments, please follow-up posts in "G R Team Sites"
Sunday, June 28, 2020
Monday, June 8, 2020
I was looped into the most irritating team to work by the manager after my long vacation and my manager shared some unnecessary inputs, which were irrelevant to the client requirements. I worked hard on collating slides as requested by my manager for the onsite team’s review and all the slides were thrown out due to conflicts in client requirements. Now, the onsite team shared new insights for the opportunity and the most frustrating part of working with this irritating onsite on this opportunity is that there will be no offshore support at any cost. This was completely deal breaker for me, as I would trust offshore counterpart to coordinate and complete the tasks assigned by onsite, and for this time, I would be completely ripped off due to my manager’s support. My manager has a habit of confusing and complicating simple things and would suggest irrelevant ideas for the opportunity and it would be thrown off by the onsite team. One additional complication in the assigned opportunity was that both the onsite team and my manager had ego issues and they would often argue on unnecessary things. To know further on how I survived on this opportunity, please feel free to check out the blog posts in “G R Team Sites”