TechCrunch.com writer, Ron Miller, has made a great observation into the success of executive talent at Salesforce. Sometimes the best way to run a tight ship is to share the responsibility.
“When Salesforce acquired Quip in 2016 for $750 million, it gained CEO and co-founder Bret Taylor as part of the deal. Taylor has since risen quickly through the ranks of the software giant to become president and COO, second in command behind CEO Marc Benioff. Taylor’s experience shows that startup founders can sometimes play a key role in the companies that acquire them.”
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