Director (Current Employee) – Cambridge, MA – 17 July 2018
Forrester has some very good qualities. Many people have been happy there for years. However, in my experience, they don't practice what they preach (at least not in most departments) and there is some very shady behavior that is allowed by upper management. It's basically a company run by old white men who have a hard time changing the way they think. They even changed their tagline to "Challenge thinking. Lead change." and yet, they don't like their thinking to be challenged unless it comes with an immediate and press-worthy increase in their bottom line. Their HR ("EX") department does very little to resolve reported cases of mistreatment; instead they push it back on you to figure it out yourself. It's okay to throw other people under the bus to get ahead. That's not cool with me.
Free coffee, ping pong table, foosball, cafe and gym onsite, competitive pay, good benefits
Misalignment of values with actual conduct, unattainable annual goals, absolutely no budget for new tech even though that's what they claim to be critical for clients.
Client Executive/Account Manager (Former Employee) – McLean, VA – 3 September 2019
Forrester is a great company with an outstanding culture. They are thought leaders and change enthusiasts with expertise across several discipline from customer experience to workforce management and digital transformation.
VP Sales (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – 14 August 2019
Forrester is integrating SiriusDecisions into its product portfolio and organization. The value propositions of the combined entity are unique and powerful. It covers the full waterfall of B2B and B2C. It guide clients on what to do strategy and how to do it execution. Helps direct large companies on how to best align marketing, sales and product imperative for success in the age of the customer.