Don't worry, when CSC finally migrates to being an ex-company, he won't be alone. It can't be far away
CSC UK chief Sanjiv Gossain has joined the not-so-selective club of ex-execs, leaving the ailing integrator less than two years into his tenure. In a wonderful blurt of business-speak, CSC sent us a statement on his departure, confirming Gossain is leaving to “pursue other opportunities as he transitions to the next chapter of …
I'm not sure how they could get much worse, excessive bureaucracy internally, poor rep externally. I sat at the same desk, got TUPE'd and suddenly the networking and server kit I'd been looking after for 6 years I couldn't touch anymore because I'd been aligned to "desktop" glad I took the money and ran during one of the many, many, redundancies there.
Sounds very similar to my CSC experience after being TUPE'd in.
I was put in the desktop only domain. No longe rallowed to touch networks or servers.
This immediately made my role less interesting.
Stuck it out for a few year's, with engineers leaving and being replaced with 'engineers' from India.
Eventually took the money and ran. Started drawing my CSC pension, just before it stopped being a Final Salary Pension.
"Excessive internal bureaucracy" is just a blip in the rear view mirror by now. The organisation is completely paralysed by parasitical internal processes: it's an absolute exemplar of Pournelle's Iron Law