USA TODAY – Mc Lean, VA
Gannett is seeking a Senior Project Manager to join our Content Solutions team focused on new initiatives for Gannetts media outlets. The Content… USA TODAY
Gannett – Mc Lean, VA
The web framework team creates and maintains architectural web frameworks to be built upon by the larger web development team. Technologies vary by… Gannett
Gannett – Green Bay, WI
We are looking for someone with exceptional customer service, communication, and analytical skills. The successful candidate will be a self-starter… Gannett
Gannett – Indianapolis, IN
This is an HR Generalist position that will be instrumental in facilitating an employee-oriented, high performance workplace culture. However, much… Gannett
Gannett – Lafayette, LA
The Louisiana Watchdog is based in Baton Rouge, where he or she has ready access to state leaders, agencies and documents critical to statewide… Gannett
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Exciting company - high profile. Great name to have on your resume. Good connections to have - the Gannett/USAToday name opened doors. Was excited to be part of a new program introduced in 2012 that encouraged innovation. I think there is a good future in the split of the the companies but I mourn the people and programs that were cast off trying to cut costs. There are little pods of genius and great teams hidden within the catacombs of this museum of a company. Having a woman CEO is a good move, so on point right now. I wish they would use this to gain some traction for women, not continue to promote the "good old boys" business model of newspapers. I was thankful to have the opportunities they gave me, though, and appreciated the education and training.
Old school thinking almost paralyzed this company. Exec. board is quick to approve innovation and cool initiatives (digital products, TV programming, community service) but then lets them almost die from neglect. Extremely poor communication within departments for a "communications" company. There was very little enthusiasm for learning or sharing between divisions. No central networking system (they tried Yammer, to a horrible adoption rate). No one ever knew "who did what" on other teams.
Advice to Management
Please continue to strive for innovation in the new TEGNA. Don't overlook the talent you have buried in small divisions.