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30+ days ago

Project Manager

LRN Mumbai

of Project Manager in our PMO. The role will include planning and… , content, analytics, and customer rollouts. The Project Manager is… LRN


30+ days ago

Project Coordinator

LRN United States +2 locations

for experienced Project Managers to work on a wide range of projects. You ll… Beyond.com


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    Have you read "the book"?

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - There Are No Titles At LRN
    Current Employee - There Are No Titles At LRN

    I have been working at LRN full-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    Smart, talented colleagues (we don't have co-workers) dedicated to changing the world.

    They have a incredible vacation policy -- there is none

    Benefits are very generous

    Cons

    Everyone who interviews at LRN MUST read "the book". Unfortunately the mission of the company that is on paper (in the book) and is preached whenever an opportunity arises is not followed through in practice. This is a company that does not practice what it preaches which is ethics, compliance and governance. The company was once considered the leader in a growing sector, but due to the CEO having to control everyone and everything they can't seem to get out of their own way. Blind devotion to the mission is celebrated rather than rewarding employees that either out-perform or have innovative ideas.

    They also take a very perverse pleasure in knowingly underpaying their employees -- you should be thrilled to be there just to support "the mission". What happened to wanting to be successful and make some $$? Is that a bad thing?

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    They have hired some very talented leaders recently. Let them do their jobs and clean house, implement policies and procedures and fix the comp structure. Move the CEO to his own office across town.

    Doesn't Recommend
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