Thread regarding Omnicell Inc. layoffs

Leadership problems

  1. Sales leader with no sales background.
  2. Professional Service leader who is a narcissist and a know it all.
  3. Product leaders who have not released a product that sell for the last few years.
  4. Finance leaders who can't come up with a financial model that works.

Randy needs to rethink his team. All of these leaders sound like consultants who talk a good game but can't produce.

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He's just protecting and adding onto his millions however he can. When a 'senior leadership team' announces a restructuring of a significant part of the company from Randy's Cabin, it's no longer a real business. Folks on the chopping block should at least get merch

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#2…. Well said is it that obvious that they know everything? Obviously schmoozing will get you to everywhere.
#1. Could be a good thing

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Omnicell turned awful when Scott and Diane first stepped into their roles and ever since it's been a downward spiral. Those two were especially poor hires by the executive team/Randy. I miss the old Omnicell and the coworkers that cared and interested in the customer.

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Wait? Are you implying it’s been downhill since Scott and Diane left? Or, since they started? Your wording is confusing.

IMO Diane was a disaster. Under her product “leadership” innovation declined and 75% of her hires were awful.

Note: i just threw up in my mouth while typing “Diane” and “leadership” in the same sentence.

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Agreed. Ever since the Scott and Diane days, it's been all downhill. And I see Nish is back? Many good people have been let go or left over the past few years. The consultant-types don't understand the pharmacy business or customers at all. Randy should know better.

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