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30+ days ago

National Account Manager

Beckman Coulter Washington, DC

Qualifications BS or equivalent four year degree required. MBA a plus.Requires a minimum of 5 years of directly related channel management… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Channel Account Manager

Beckman Coulter Washington, DC

Identify and Recruit new channel partners.Ensure proper on boarding of partners through to certificationEstablish, develop and maintain strong… Ivy Exec


17 days ago

Business Development Program Manager

Beckman Coulter Rockville, MD

Specific Job Skills Required:Proven, successful ability to conduct Business Development and partnering activities in the federal government space… Ivy Exec


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    Pros

    Large company equates to more opportunities. Just like everywhere else, you have to earn the trust from management and prove your worthiness before leaping forward. Because Beckman Coulter is an operating company of Danaher, there are even more opportunities for lateral and vertical movements intra-companies with the right exposure.

    Cons

    Problems with stagnation and innovation are not different from other companies of similar size. One additional challenge is that one might have to deal with many different layers of management, Beckman's and Danaher's.

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    Be forward-thinking and allow direct reports to take chance and excel. Innovation and growth cannot be balanced with status quo. Encourage employees to take risks and allow them to do new things to be committed and satistified with the company.

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