There have been other threads regarding the layoffs that state the same kinds of things. Hard to view the positive spin the company is putting on in social media, when anyone that was part of the companies success is no longer there. I suppose that the end goal was to create a start up company feel, and just bring in a bunch of new people who don't know how good this company used to be. New sales management has come from the outside, and by their own actions just want to look at SFDC dashboards, want no part of long term customer relationships, and just want to sit back and ridicule performance. The culture has done a 180. OR obviously got what he wanted as the CEO role, and rammed his viewpoint down those in the field that basically said we no longer want to talk about our product anymore. Let's see how that works out.
Couldn't agree more with @XggI7X3-bwi . Well said.