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30+ days ago

Senior Market Research Executive

Millward Brown Mumbai, NA +2 locations

People LeadershipAssists with training and provides guidance to junior team membersProvides technical advice to junior members of his/her teamClient… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Research Executive

Millward Brown New Mexico +2 locations

• Responsable de presentar al cliente los resultados de los proyectos… Millward Brown


5 days ago

Senior Research Executive - Quantitative

Millward Brown Bangalore

The SRE is responsible for: • acting as liaison between the Client and MB on project-related issues with supervision, ensuring that their needs… Millward Brown


5 days ago

Senior Research Executive - Qualitative

Millward Brown Bangalore

• Acts as a liaison between the Client and MB on project-related issues with supervision, ensuring that their needs are being met • Developing… Millward Brown


26 days ago

Senior Market Research Executive - Quantitative

Millward Brown Manila

You have at least a degree (preferably business or marketing related) and at least 3 years of research, brand, media or communications experience… Millward Brown


30+ days ago

Senior Market Research Executive (Qual)

Millward Brown Greater China 大中华区 - Beijing 北京

People Leadership • Assists with training and provides guidance to junior team members • Provides technical advice to junior members of… Millward Brown


26 days ago

Senior Market Research Executive - Qualitative

Millward Brown Manila

You have at least a degree (preferably communications, marketing, psychology, cultural studies or business related) and at least 3 years of research… Millward Brown


30+ days ago

Research Manager

Millward Brown Santa Monica, CA +5 locations

Full account management for assigned clients Develops a Trusted Advisor relationship with clients, exemplified by: - Clients seeking consultation and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Research Manager (Auto)

Millward Brown Shanghai, NA +2 locations

People LeadershipEnsures training and development of teamProvides technical advice to members of his/her teamClient LeadershipMaintains relationships… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Media Research Manager

Millward Brown Manila, NA

Work with local and regional research personnel to ensure projects are set up correctly and teams understand the key elements of media… Ivy Exec


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    A sinking ship where rats stay

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    I worked at Millward Brown full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Well known company...but the image is tarnished. High profile clients...but most firms offer that. Interesting products...except a priesthood of 'knowledge leaders' have throttled innovation for so long that the products are out of step with the market. Definitely some nice co-workers...but you can find that elsewhere too. Hmmm...not a lot of pros!

    Cons

    Treadmill from hell: You could work (and you WILL work) a 60-hour week and still go home stressed because you're nowhere near caught up. Internal systems/processes are about twenty years out of date. Rather than fix them everything is outsourced to untrained drones in India, leading to embarrassing delays and rework with clients. No work-life balance. In a positively bizarre reversal of typical company function it's the staff - not senior leaders - who are responsible for bringing in new business. Cushy senior leadership positions proliferate as experienced research professionals are deemed superfluous, base staff is slashed, and quality of output suffers. Senior leadership are free of any discernibly useful employ and fill their days competing to be a C-level lap-dog, blacklisting anyone who doesn't worship them sufficiently, and threatening staff with lay-offs if they don't sell enough business to keep things going for another quarter. In exchange for all this drudgery, you will receive a salary way below industry standard, no raises, bonuses in leap years, little chance of promotion, and find yourself forced into 'career tracks' that provide poor preparation for the market research industry outside MB.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    None. The leadership of this firm value dressing up as high-powered and respected executives; they have no interest in earning that distinction by driving a successful business or in possessing expertise in their field. Since they are wildly successful in this regard, no advice need be given. However, they are not fooling anyone. After I left, contacts from several major MB clients opened up to me about how unhappy their teams are with Millward Brown. As disillusioned as I was, the degree of dissatisfaction stunned me. There's little chance MB will maintain its size (it's already lost its prestige) for much longer.

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