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28 days ago

Financial Modeller/Analyst - BrandZ

Millward Brown London, England

Providing high level analysis to draw key learnings and shape key findings from the financial inputs (eg: relating client financial performance and… eFinancialCareers


5 days ago

Trainee Client Executive

Millward Brown East Midlands +2 locations

If you are interested in building meaningful relationships with our vast client base, you should apply for our Trainee Client Executive graduate… Adzuna


30+ days ago

Client Director

Millward Brown London, England

• Delivers against the annual Unit sales plan. • Delivers the financial plan through leadership and effective… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Market Research Senior Executive - Quantitative

Millward Brown Bangkok +4 locations

You will work with senior managers to serve as a liaison between MB and its clients in order to deliver exceptional customers service level… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Research Executive - Qualitative

Millward Brown Hong Kong

Overall responsibility: The Research Executive Qualitative (RE) is part of the Firefly Client Service team in their office. Their primary… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Unilever Global Data Analyst

Millward Brown Beijing

: Data Analysis and Management ? Reviewing the data, using statistical techniques like correlation, regression or time series analysis to then write… Glassdoor


22 days ago

Director - Media Solutions (SEA)

Millward Brown Singapore

Reporting to the Chief Client Officer (CCO) of SEA, you will develop and manage the overall media business in the SEA region. Specifically, you… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Market Research Associate - Qualitative

Millward Brown Jakarta +2 locations

You will provide support to senior managers in maintaining and developing relationships with existing clients and running projects. In addition, you… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Trainee Client Executive (Graduate)

Millward Brown Warwick, West Midlands, England +2 locations

• Learn about the financial monitoring and reporting process within Millward Brown to establish a robust basis upon which to anchor commercial… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Market Research Group Account Director - Quantitative

Millward Brown Bangkok +3 locations

Sitting in the management team of the office, you will manage and motivate a sizable team. In addition, you will manage the team budgets and maintain… Glassdoor


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    Unpleasant Experience

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    Former Employee - Senior Research Director
    Former Employee - Senior Research Director

    I worked at Millward Brown full-time

    Pros

    Well articulated marketing research frameworks.
    Well developed international knowledge base.

    Cons

    Mediocrity and conformity are rewarded.
    Transactional in the way research is conducted for clients (low levels of innovation and thought leadership).
    People in leadership roles have obtained positions through learning how to please senior decision makers, rather than being high performers in their field of expertise or being passionate about the business. Many senior staff have been with the company for years and have a narrow field of vision when it comes to solving client research problems. The culture is not geared towards performance but conformance. Beware of a culture of mob bullying in the Firefly (qualitative) part of the business. There has been a long line of victims in this part of the business. Be wary if you are considering joining this part of the business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Strengthen and deepen leadership skills in the existing teams. Leadership is not the same as obeying the organisational rules. Work on creating an environment where individuals to have the freedom to lead with authenticity rather than being "pleasers". Often "pleasers" are not high performers so putting them in roles of seniority is setting a low benchmark in terms of future performance. Have a zero tolerance policy for bullying in the workplace (don't just say you have it, make it a reality). There is a well documented history of abuse (bullying) in some parts of the business that has resulted in damage to the reputation of the the company and caused significant harm to individuals. It needs a brave, experienced and strong hand to call it for what it is.

    Doesn't Recommend
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