So another VP quit this week, why are all the VP's that have been here less than three years quitting?
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Look at the leadership on top.. The leadership in TD is clueless.. bunch of numb nuts who have ruined the company and thousands of careers. Laying off resources is the strategy, it will make the balance sheet look good. OR, KT, VL are not leaders but opportunistic folks who are praying that someone will come and buy the company so that they can cash out. The PS leadership is worthless.. half of the guys can't even spell Teradata let alone write two lines of code. How will you survive? In professional services when you pick the worst candidate to lead a COE is a good example where the company is going today. It's not about what you know about a product, your experience or a database but who you know in Teradata that's how you survive the cuts..Every month HR and leadership comes with ideas to lay off experienced resources and expect to somehow increase revenue. Some of the top leadership in PS can't even come up with one idea to sell or execute a project.
I believe no one can sink this company like oliver and vic. Vantage is a nightmare.
He must got a lot of options. Probably at lower price.
first we hire from cisco and he leaves.
Now we have new cro from cisco.
What is this? Cisco buyout
While here a long time, the company is not what it was and the transformation appears to be going backwards at this point. The work done over the last 3 years seems to be minimized as new leadership takes the helm. Everyone has a vote. Maybe those leaving are casting their vote.
Did the objectives make any sense to begin with?
Not that I disagree with the earlier comment about many VPs not making a positive difference, but still,
The VPs did not meet their performance objectives.
Who left this time?
Maybe something to do with all being summonsed to RB this week.
Like anyone would notice or care if another VP left, not one of them makes a serious contribution. More recently they tend to cause more harm than do good because they simply do not understand how the company is meant to function or make money.
I guess that is asking just too much for some people these days...but hey, happy 40th birthday everyone, let’s dress up like children and make some sand cakes. You know you want to...
What does it mean VP? Very Poor? If so the answer is yes: hundreds of average people called VP at Teradata today.
The # of VP double to 120 last year
How many VPs we have? Hundreds?