The company has a lot of great talent and they are one of the giants in the industry. But ever since 2008, they have had one reorganization after another, with layoffs and agitation becoming part of life. There were a half dozen CEOs in that time, including interims, and VPs, SVPs, and EVPs were regularly flushed. There is a culture of political exhaustion, frankly. During these reorganizations, teams became almost completely scattered among various sites, so that face-to-face meetings have declined and virtual conferencing has been the norm, erasing most of the personal working relationships that at one time was one of this company's strengths.