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Senior Project Manager

SMITH Seattle, WA

The Senior Project Manager plays a vital role in keeping project activities on task. As a project manager, you will manage the entire project…

30+ days ago

Senior User Experience Architect

SMITH Seattle, WA

At SMITH as a Senior User Experience Architect, you will be responsible for creating insight-driven, multi-channel design solutions for SMITH… Glassdoor

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Chuck DelGrande
13 Ratings

    Placed people in powerful positions based on promises, not industry experience, letting the entire account and team fail

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    Former Employee - Senior Program Manager  in  Bellevue, WA
    Former Employee - Senior Program Manager in Bellevue, WA

    I worked at SMITH full-time for more than a year


    Smart, hopeful people with great intentions and vision. Very strong SME knowledge in Seattle-based technology companies spanning nearly two decades.


    One of the main Board of Directors and founders is a complete lunatic, changing the course of the ship and entire company midstream on a whim, just because... Nobody can stand up to him. Shifting gears from purely tech-focused to also including creative, strategy and marketing was an extremely painful process that never lasted. An account director was brought in and made partner, who knew nothing about the agency side of the business but was given way too much control, completely tanking 40% of the business in the process leading to tons of attrition lasting more than a year. Two CTOs were running side-by-side during a merger, with a lot of tension and confusion felt by everyone that was never cleanly sorted out. There was a lot of fear with the fact that they couldn't pay their office lease at the HQ for more than a year, and what that meant in the long run.

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    Go with proven industry veterans in agencies when looking for leadership, rather than employees from the client side who know nothing about our business. Don't let a big gun push you and the company around just because they have deep pockets. Don't put all of your eggs in one basket, again and again and again.

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