Imagine starting a new job with one of the most successful companies in history. You're young, you have a cracking CV, and you're ready to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the best in the business. Sounds great, right?
The problem is, your new employer is a fallen giant struggling to get back on its feet. It's been overtaken by younger enterprises with different ways of working and has been on a managerial merry-go-round, with little to show for it except a run of bad decisions and bad results.
So as well as learning the ropes as a new professional, with the pressure and expectation that comes with being so highly rated, you'll be performing in a troubled environment. And make no mistake, you must perform. Oh, and you only have one year - maybe two - to do it.