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6 days ago

Test Centre Manager - Bristol

Pearson United Kingdom

Pearson Professional Centres (PPCs) are part of an international network of computer-based testing centres, which deliver quality examinations in a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Academic Consultant, HE Services

Pearson United Kingdom

Revenue generation and sales activities - Execute the account strategy to maximise sales of Pearson digital and print products into Higher Education… Glassdoor


11 days ago

VP, Assistant Treasurer

Pearson VUE United Kingdom

Pearson is aglobal education companythat helps people around the world to make progress in their lives through learning. With a rich heritage that… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Employment tax Manager – new

Pearson VUE United Kingdom

Pearson is aglobal education companythat helps people around the world to make progress in their lives through learning. With a rich heritage that… Glassdoor


29 days ago

Progression and Recognition Manager

Pearson United Kingdom

• Business development in relationship to sourcing and engaging with Universities and other stakeholders around the global for progression… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Business Manager (BTEC) - Art & Design and Creative Media Production

Pearson VUE United Kingdom

Purpose: The role of BTEC Business Manager is demanding and stimulating. You will be responsible for the strategic development and maintenance of… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Head of BTEC (Schools & Level 1 /Level 2)

Pearson United Kingdom

Purpose: · To develop business strategy and create new propositions for BTEC Level 1 and 2 learners through the entire lifecycle based on subject… Glassdoor


18 days ago

VP, Global Learning and Development (NYC or

Pearson VUE London, England

Strategy and design: •As part of the Centre of Expertise leadership team, provide strategic thought leadership in the design of a… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Finance Project Manager

Pearson VUE United Kingdom

Pearson Pearson is a global education company that helps people around the world to make progress in their lives through learning. With a rich… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Account Specialist (Schools and FE)

Pearson United Kingdom

In order to fully support their customer accounts, the position holder will be expected to hold and/or rapidly develop a detailed understanding of… Glassdoor


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    Fantastic mission - could do better with the execution

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    I have been working at Pearson full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The mission "to help people make progress in their lives through learning" is great. There is also a move to better do that through being outcomes focused rather than inputs through educational materials. There are so many talented people in the organisation who are great work colleagues.

    Cons

    The recent reorganisation could have been better managed, both in terms of change management and how change affects individuals as well as much more transparency and a fairer process for selection to senior roles. Individuals have been mapped to roles with a lack of thought to strengths and skills set in many cases as they probably wanted to reduce amounts paid out in redundancies where they could so better to be slotted to anything regardless of how closely that matched previous experiences. Internal talent has been undervalued whilst external talent has had more value placed on them without evidence of this being realised as yet.
    There is not enough of a focus yet on digital and innovative solutions and too much focus still on traditional textbook models. Additionally, there is still too much focus on North America and every product is developed with that market in mind first and foremost and not enough focus on developing markets and different and more innovative products and business models for those markets. There is too much paranoia around the North America market.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    - Ensure selection processes are truly fair for senior level roles
    - Greater open-mindedness about talent and the different roles they can play
    - Invest more in digital technology to create more innovative solutions
    - Don't be so hamstrung by the textbook business
    - Don't be so US focused
    - Think more creatively about new markets and create new models for them rather than just trying to shoe-horn developed world solutions for them which ends up being a second class solution for learners with different needs

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