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RealNetworks Founder, Chairman & CEO Rob Glaser
Rob Glaser
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    Nice place to visit, but...

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    Current Employee - Senior Product Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Product Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Disapproves of CEO


    Real is a great place to park yourself if you have a kid or are otherwise looking for a "pay the bills" job. Benefits are decent (if unremarkable) and the pay is fine (if unremarkable). Liberal policies around work-at-home and a generally laid-back culture combine with a "meh, whatever" attitude. It's easy. They'll send you to classes and stuff. That's nice. A great place to start or end your career. Just don't stay too long.


    This company is already dead, but it's so big and management is so out of touch that it will likely be another 4-5 years before anyone notices. The products are junk, the marketing is bad. The internal culture is broken and the external reputation is not very good. Everyone seems either frustrated or jaded. Or both. If you actually want to do something with your career, make good products, or be excited about your job, look elsewhere.

    Advice to Management

    If you really have all the answers, why is the business failing? Why hire employees and ignore them? Stop spending money on management consultants. Manage at an appropriate level. Articulate your strategy, stop keeping everything secret.

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