Intellectual Ventures Workplace FAQ

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9 October 2019

What is the work environment like at Intellectual Ventures?

Pros

Casual work environment, super intelligent colleagues, allowed to handle your work without micromanagement the majority of the time.

Cons

None come to mind. It really is a great place to work.

Casual work environment, super intelligent colleagues, allowed to handle your work without micromanagement the majority of the time.

9 October 2019

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10 September 2021

How do employees feel about working conditions at Intellectual Ventures?

Pros

Flexible schedule, training provided to advance skill set if applicable to role. Descent pay. Interesting work. Free food.

Cons

Management tends to struggle with old school mentalities. Occasional unnecessary politics. Focus is individual based instead group based. Lack of: integrity, teamwork, passion for mission. Being ok with the status quo. Inefficient operational structure > resulting in wasted time and money that no one seems to care about because it's not their money right. Occasional sexual harassment and discrimination. Lack of integrity.

Advice to Management

I think that depends on the trajectory of the company at this point. If business is dying down then why put all the effort into all the sudden caring about fixing inefficiencies, and treating people equally and with respect. Can old dogs be taught new tricks. Is integrity something one can obtain if not previously a priority or a thought at all... If business is ramping up perhaps learning how to build a successful team would be step 1. Generally that requires treating all people fairly and with respect. I'd also recommend evaluating inefficiencies and working together to come up with solutions as opposed to continually living in the "status quo" place of no progress. Perhaps focusing less only your vision would be beneficial. Good leaders challenge the status quo and welcome feedback. "If two people always agree, it's a sign that at least one of them isn't thinking critically".

Flexible schedule, training provided to advance skill set if applicable to role.

10 September 2021

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