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30+ days ago

Director of Account Management

Acxiom New York, NY

Location: Seattle, WA New York - Homebased Drives efforts to expand and grow Acxiom market share and presence in an industry through… Acxiom


30+ days ago

Associate Account Executive

Acxiom Redwood City, CA

The Associate Account Executive acts as the coordination point for all client services within Acxiom (account management, sales, lines of business… Acxiom


30+ days ago

DIRECTOR ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT

Acxiom New York, NY

Drives efforts to expand and grow Acxiom market share and presence in an industry through establishment and cultivation of ongoing relationships at… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

SENIOR ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Acxiom Downers Grove, IL

The Senior Account Executive (SAE) is the business partner for assigned clients and leads client services within Acxiom across key stakeholders. The… Beyond.com


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Acxiom President & CEO Scott E. Howe
Scott E. Howe
143 Ratings
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    Politics and inability or unwillingness of leadership to walk their talk

    • Comp & Benefits
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    Former Employee - Senior Project Manager in Conway, AR
    Former Employee - Senior Project Manager in Conway, AR

    I worked at Acxiom full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Opportunity does exist to move around internally.

    Cons

    Working as a consumer data business in the age of hightened privacy concerns is less than ideal. Even though leadership says they value being challenged in the hallway, it's not advised. What they really mean is "tell us how great we're doing." A hero culture is rewarded - "Joey came in over the weekend to make sure this release got into production. Yay!" That tends to send the wrong message to employees, even if subconsciously.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Lead by example. It's not what you say, but how you behave. If you want perspective and employee loyalty, get out of the ivory towers and work next to the front line employees. You may learn a few things.

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