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Market Impact Consultant

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Research Associate, Supporting Customer Insights Professionals – new

Forrester Research Cambridge, MA

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Research Associate, Supporting Application & Development Professionals – new

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European Expense Associate

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Associate Account Manager

Forrester Research Sydney

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    Its just a publishing company

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

    Pros

    You potentially can learn a lot but you will have to work to do it as its full of people from Boston that are basically rude and just done't care about helping anyone.

    Cons

    People in Boston basically are not helpful people for example when I was there, if you asked for some help, there was little explanation or help they typically would just send you url and let you figure it out. They decided to go with GMail to save money (they will say it had to do with lots of things including Salesforce) however it was the biggest reduction in productivity with one single swipe.

    People don't support each other. Many of the analysts think they know it all and while great at covering subject matter never learned out to work with people. They fire people who are unproductive however there is a very large group (mostly Boston people) that should have been fired long ago but are part of the "family" and hence where there are shuffles (which occur almost every January) they are ducking and hiding and then popping up in new positions.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Build a culture where people are supportive. Stop hiring in Boston and start putting people where the clients are and let them work remote if need be to be close to the customer.
    Get out of the seat license mentality.

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