After years of disjointed operations, poor leaders and over spending on central support functions FB have got their act together - and are doing some great things.
Leaders who know how to get the most out of people, listen, engage and take feedback on-board. This happening in the past 12-18 months though as their has been a change of personnel in key leadership positions across FB's businesses.
They've gone from a company of rewarding and promoting those who have been there the longest - to those who perform and acheive. And for me this was rewarded with continued responsibility, growth in development and financial reward.
The only real downside from my time was that their IT 'help' desk internal and external support were well below the required standard. There are a few good senior IT PM's within the company but everything seems to take a long time to achieve what is standard practice in complex matrix organisations in the UK or Europe.
Solid leaders who know what they're doing, working with proven people, great opportunities for advancement, competitive pay.
Poor IT infrastructure, delivery and support.