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14 days ago

Senior Data Engineer

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

CreativeLive is looking for talented senior data engineers to join our growing technical team in our San Francisco or Seattle office. You will… CreativeLive

22 days ago

Senior Product Manager

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

We are seeking an experienced Sr. Product Manager to join our team in our San Francisco office. As a senior member of our Product team, you will work… CreativeLive

23 days ago

Director of Content Marketing

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

Along with growing and leading a small team of talented content marketing professionals, this role will also interact heavily with our… CreativeLive

28 days ago

Content Marketing Lead - Design

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

The Design Content Marketing Lead partners with the Design Channel Head & Content Producers to drive marketing strategy and execution and is the… CreativeLive

28 days ago

Content Marketing Lead - Photography

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

The Photography Content Marketing Lead partners with the Photo Channel Head & Content Producers to drive marketing strategy and execution and is the… CreativeLive

29 days ago


CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

Stay curious. Have fun. Build real things. Make a difference. CreativeLive is looking for… CreativeLive

30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

Join our dynamic team of innovators hard at work building the future of education. From our offices in Seattle and San Francisco, we make it possible… CreativeLive

30+ days ago

Kitchen Attendant

CreativeLive San Francisco, CA

CreativeLive is seeking to hire someone to help out with craft services. This person will be responsible for setting up and breaking down snacks and… CreativeLive

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Chase Jarvis
7 Ratings
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO


    The people that work at CreativeLive are incredible. Never in my career have I worked alongside so many intelligent, talented, fun and hard working people. They truly care about their work, each other and the company. We’ve got a great product. Hearing stories from our audience around the world about how our classes have changed their life is pretty powerful. It’s really rewarding to work on something that isn’t fluff. We’ve got our problems (see below), but there are a lot of people actively trying to better this company. They’re transparent, they listen, and most importantly, they’re honest about our failures and shortcomings and are open to talking about how to fix them.


    There is a deficiency of strong leadership in this company. We have a lot of talented employees who are ready to put in the time and effort to get us where we need to be, but between the absence of any tangible goals or strategy and lack of people who have been enabled to make and execute decisions, working here has turned into an uphill battle…but no one seems to know what we're all battling about! This is largely attributed to the inherent lack of trust between the CEO and the staff here. Everything, and I do mean EVERYTHING, needs to be run by Chase before a move is made. New hires, changes to the website, the color of the walls, basic marketing graphics, the list goes on. This dis-trust has fostered a fear amongst the staff. People are hesitant to be innovative or to pull any triggers out of fear of having their hand slapped when it doesn’t fit in with Chase’s ambiguous vision of our brand. When we do go through the proper channels to be innovative, it will take weeks and months only to have the idea scrapped or completely changed by Chase. He talks a good talk, but is standing in the way of this company making progress. We’re focusing an enormous amount of our time and effort on vanity projects and “looking cool” instead of strengthening the core of this company. It's really draining the morale and of this team. Also, the amount of talent we have let walk out the door because we didn’t manage them properly or allow them to meet their full potential is pretty upsetting. Between the high turnover, the atrocious way we’ve handled exits, and the wide understanding that the CEO will give a position to someone he can see himself drinking a beer on his boat with, as opposed to the right person for the job, I’ve lost a lot of faith in this company.

    Advice to Management

    Get a handle on the micromanaging. Chase has a good eye for aesthetic, but he’s not a web developer, he’s not a producer, he’s not a content developer and he’s certainly not in touch with who our audience is. Chase has his strengths, but you’re not playing to them. Get him out of the way of people who know what they are doing.

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