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Editor

IHS New York, NY

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Analyst, Industrial Automation – new

IHS Austin, TX

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30+ days ago

Sr. Analyst/SAS Programmer

IHS Southfield, MI

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30+ days ago

Sr. Manager U.S. Benefits

IHS Englewood, CO

Responsible for developing, implementing and administering U.S. health, welfare, wellness and… IHS


11 days ago

Senior Account Executive

IHS Woodcliff Lake, NJ

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30+ days ago

Sr. Manager, Sales

IHS Southfield, MI

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19 days ago

Assistant Web Editor, JOC.com

IHS Woodcliff Lake, NJ

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30+ days ago

Associate Technology Consultant

IHS Houston, TX

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11 days ago

Account Representative

IHS Southfield, MI

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    Missing its potential

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    Pros

    IHS has purchased a very impressive slate of companies that, if properly integrated and engineered together, could present a very formidable, exciting and commercially attractive collection of data, analysis and expertise. The potential is high and prospects for the company to become something really unique are real and achievable.

    Cons

    The leadership of IHS is uninspired and uninspiring with regard to actually doing the creative and challenging work of integrating all of its valuable "parts" to create an even more valuable and powerful whole. We seem to be led by a collection of "plug and play" executives from a range of different business who lack the vision and charisma necessary to really take this company to where it needs to go. The focus is on making quarterly earnings targets instead of spending the time and resources to first build a fundamentally sound and strong company that, in their terms, "has never existed before".

    Advice to Management

    Do the hard work of building and integrating. Value the WHOLE company as much as you value the sales force. Aim to be the innovative, unique and exciting company that you always talk about. Value your employees - many of whom are still excited about the prospects for IHS, but some of whom are starting to wonder if our leaders have the talent and will and patience to see this through.

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