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6 days ago

Marketing & Communications Senior Director

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Senior Director of Prize Marketing leads the portfolio of prize marketing. They are the key to having the world know and understand the what and… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Vice President, Development & Partnerships

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

This key position will be accountable for management, design, development, and sales of philanthropic and sponsorship products across XPRIZE… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Director, Prize Operations

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Director of Prize Operations is responsible for tactical leadership of the XPRIZE portfolio of Active Prizes. Reporting to the VP, Prize… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Executive Assistant

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

include but are not limited to: • Perform duties of Sr. Executive Assistant as needed/in their absence. • Assist Sr. Executive Assistant with… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Director, Marketing & Communications

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

The Director of Marketing will lead marketing (offline and online) for two to three prizes at a time. This role is central to the organization as… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Associate, Public Relations

XPRIZE Culver City, CA

XPRIZE is seeking a Public Relations Associate to support the Public Relations Director in managing, cultivating and maintaining positive media… Glassdoor

XPRIZE Reviews

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Peter H. Diamandis
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    Unfortunate management, no hope of change

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    I worked at XPRIZE full-time


    Some of the employees are truly talented and wonderful people who want to make a difference in the world.


    There are some truly appalling things that happen at this company: corruption, bad management behavior, and a thick, oppressive bureaucracy. I guess to sum it all up, I felt very disrespected as an employee here.

    The turnover was incredible. I can't count how many employees came and went in the time that I was there, but it was rare to find someone that had been there longer than 2 years. Other than the management, of course.

    My perception of X PRIZE prior to working there was extremely positive and I was very excited to join the team. I think the worst part for me was the immense disappointment I felt as I discovered the reality of the organization. The joke around the office was, "Making the possible, impossible." Sadly, it really felt that way most of the time.

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    Considering that management doesn't exhibit much respect for the employees' opinions, I would suggest that the board takes a more active role in the organization, in an attempt to rein in management misbehavior (and replace the managers, if necessary).

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