Towards the end of my career with Milliman, the entrepreneurial approach to solutions become unscalable for the workload. Business decisions were being made without consideration of the workforce capacity causing a lot of extra work. In my earlier career with Milliman, ideas were welcome and encouraged, and even implemented solutions for better business practices.
However, once our Equity Principal was voted out in what I presume to be a personal political struggle, management became more machiavellian in their approach and began to restructure. Ideas were no longer welcome, and operation deficiencies become more and more evident.
I truly appreciate the time spent with Milliman and many of the people I have considered mentors. The company as a whole is a wonderful place to work. My personal experience with a select few has tainted my perception of how Milliman claims to be a family unit.