International Data Group
IDC – Washington, DC
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IDC – Kansas City, MO
Project Manager with experience handling projects with Insurance Workflow and claims • Strong Project Management skill, planning & tracking… TheLadders.com
IDC – Richmond, VA
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IDC – West Chester, PA
•.Net application architecture. WCF, ASP.NET, MVC,C#, etc. Service oriented architecture/Middleware/Integrations Web Services design and design… TheLadders.com
IDC – Redmond, WA
• security and permissions, and multi-threaded programming in Android is required. • A suitable candidate would be relatively self-driven and… TheLadders.com
IDC – Bloomington, IL
Project Coordinator / Communications Analyst at Bloomington, IL. Please go through the requirement and let me know your interest or please do refer… TheLadders.com
IDC – Houston, TX
Skill Requirements: Must have cultural awareness and the ability to adapt effectively to cultural differences. Must have broad understanding of… TheLadders.com
IDC – Redmond, WA
· Good Java experience with 3+ years of Android mobile application development experience · Android developers with a solid understanding of the… TheLadders.com
IDC – Columbus, IN
• Hands on experience on managing different type of Web server / Application server such as Apache Tomcat, IBM etc. • Databases such as MySQL… TheLadders.com
IDC – Atlanta, GA
• Help configure Activevos in various environments (Dev/QA/Prod etc...) • Design and develop workflow processes as per the requirements… TheLadders.com
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I worked at International Data Group full-time (more than 10 years)Pros
I stayed with IDG for as long as I did for several reasons.
The first is that this company gave me a chance to enter the specialty I'm in even though I had no formal training for this career or direct experience with it at the time. So I will always be grateful for that opportunity, and the confidence IDG people had in me.
The second is that the company had decent flexibility and policies, for the most part, such as a partial telecommute option.
The third is that the people I worked most closely with, the colleagues in my department within a department, were unfailingly smart, conscientious, and a pleasure to work with. And we had lots of work to do, of course--it was nice to be wanted and needed.Cons
I believe I stayed in my IDG job too long due to complacency (and more than a little fear about re-entering the job market).
I stayed too long despite all the signs over the more recent years that our business unit was losing its audience and struggling to reposition itself. A number of changes at the top, the accompanying (and frequently frustrating) changes in policies, and rounds of layoffs should have prompted me to jump ship years ago.
Our office environment and culture changed dramatically in recent years, too, and in my opinion worsened as people seemed to form cliques.
To be honest, I can't see how those remaining at my business unit can thrive with all the work they have to do, but I wish them the best of luck.Advice to ManagementAdvice
The company certainly changed after Mr. McGovern's passing. I'm not sure what current management is striving to do now. I can only speak in regard to my former business unit, of course, when I say that it would be a shame if management failed to revitalize IDG's once well-regarded brands.Doesn't RecommendNegative OutlookApproves of CEO