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26 days ago

Sales Coordinator

IDG Enterprise Framingham, MA

IDG Enterprise is seeking a Sales Coordinator to join the East Coast team! The ideal candidate must be organized, tenacious, and have passion for… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Account Executive, Alliance Marketing Services

IDG Enterprise Framingham, MA

include meeting/exceeding sales objectives for the assigned territory developing a formal sales plan for the territory and its major accounts… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Enterprise Client Relationship Manager

IDG Enterprise Framingham, MA

One of IDGs fastest growing brands, the CIO Executive Council, (CEC) has an exciting opportunity for an Enterprise Client Relationship Manager to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Product Manager

IDG Enterprise San Francisco, CA

About You: You … love building awesome products – products that tackle big challenges, that users love and value. You enjoy data and numbers but are… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sales/Account Manager

IDG Enterprise Staines HC UK TW18 4LY

IDG Global Solutions is the centralised services division of International Data Group (IDG), the world's largest technology, media, events and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Digital Marketing Director

IDG Enterprise New York, NY

At IDG TechNetwork, maintaining an open and collaborative culture is extremely important to us. We depend on the insights and dedication of every… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, Marketing Architecture

IDG Enterprise Framingham, MA

IDG, the world’s largest information technology publishing company, is looking for an innovative marketer and “big idea” generator to join its… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Staff Writer/Community Manager

IDG Enterprise Framingham, MA

Do you have the research and writing talent to provide actionable content to some of the most influential IT leaders in the industry? The CIO… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Programmatic Analyst

IDG Enterprise New York, NY

• Extensive analysis, testing, and modeling to maximize revenue. • Continuously monitor exchange and demand pricing to maximize return… Glassdoor

14 days ago

Director/Editor/Motion GFX Designer

IDG Enterprise New York, NY

IDG—home of PCWorld, Macworld, TechHive, Computerworld,, and more—is looking for a creative Director/Editor/Motion GFX Designer to join our… Glassdoor

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Michael Friedenberg
6 Ratings

    Understand your own work style to know whether this is a good match

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Framingham, MA (US)
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Framingham, MA (US)

    I worked at IDG Enterprise full-time


    You'll do well if ...
    - you work best when you are busy
    - you are an entry-level employee who works hard
    - or, if not entry level, you have reached a career level that is satisfactory to you
    - you are happiest taking direction from others
    - you see office politics as an unavoidable fact of life and you know how to navigate that environment
    - you thrive in a sales-driven company culture. Some companies have a dominant department such as engineering, customer service, editorial - at IDG it is sales all the way.

    Also worth noting, the benefits package is very strong.


    You should look elsewhere if ...
    - you want to try new ideas
    - you grow your skills and knowledge, and expect career advancement as a result
    - you are frustrated by politics or stovepipes, or by very lopsided treatment of one department versus another

    Two examples of the corporate culture may help.
    1) The annual employee survey always finds employees are unsatisfied with the level of innovation. This is because new products or suggestions from employees run into standard walls - "we don't know if it will work" being the main one. Management's response to this complaint is to hold an "innovation summit" meeting where they explain that the company actually IS innovative. All the ideas demonstrated are those generated by upper management, based on things they've seen others doing already. Yes. No changes in policy or process, no effort to increase innovation, just a meeting to tell employees their perception is wrong.
    2) IDG has an operating review board meeting a couple of times per year - the founder Pat McGovern, many business unit presidents and so on - hearing presentations from departmental leaders. The departmental leaders invited to the meeting are coached very specifically that the goal is to have NO questions and NO discussion. So all these smart people are in the room, but the value to the company is zero. That seems to be an unfortunate wasted opportunity that could instead generate new and useful ideas.

    The business unit has a new president now, which might help. He is well-liked and more balanced toward departments regarded as overhead i.e. 'not sales'.

    On the other hand, Pat McGovern passed away and some people feel there will be even less regard for anything other than profit. The company still has some print magazines and when those are finally shut down, there will inevitably be another round of layoffs, particularly in editorial, production, circulation, and ad trafficking, but perhaps in other groups as well.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Retrain middle and upper management on how to support new ideas, instead of killing them. Innovation is a well-studied process and IDG makes the most basic mistakes.

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