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Digital Marketing Manager - Events

The 451 Group New York, NY

At 451 Events, delegates gain actionable insight from 451 Research analysts, Uptime Institute data center experts, industry visionaries and end… CareerBuilder

3 days ago

Software Engineer

The 451 Group Boston, MA

The 451 Group is a global IT industry analyst and consulting company providing thought leadership, syndicated research and professional services that… Dice

30+ days ago

Principal Analyst, Mobile Marketing and Commerce Strategies

Yankee Group Boston, MA

Yankee Group is a division of The 451 Group, a preeminent research and advisory firm equipping enterprises to profit in a mobile world. The core of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Manager

Yankee Group New Boston, Lewis, NY

Yankee 451 Group, LLC, an independent IT analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation, is seeking an account manager. This… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Executive

Yankee Group London, England

The people of Yankee Group are the global connectivity experts ? the leading source of insight and counsel for builders, operators and drivers of… Glassdoor

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Yankee Group President & CEO Terry Waters
Terry Waters
4 Ratings

    Someone take this sick old donkey out back and shoot it

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    Former Employee - Senior Analyst in Boston, MA
    Former Employee - Senior Analyst in Boston, MA

    I worked at Yankee Group full-time (more than 3 years)


    Worked at Yankee for three years. Great, intelligent, driven analysts and support staff.


    Shockingly inept, narcissistic and vindictive "leader" shaped company culture with a policy of staff retention by litigation and threats. Attempt to leave and the MA "Non-Compete" dropped like a ton of bricks. Company driven to ruin through mismanagement, disastrous managerial hiring choices and general cluelessness on any strategic direction, compounded by throwing money at "consultants" who sucked the coffers dry. Idiotic PE firm backing this debacle let things slide until demise. 451 acquisition may have stemmed the rot, but only a handful of actual analysts left (have a look at the staff - most of the team is actually a separate data analytics firm in Colombia). Prognosis - terminal.

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    451 should cut their losses, take the best of the talent and kill the brand. Not sure why it's taking them so long.

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