The Case For Firing Your Underperforming VP When You’re Raising Money

I was really excited when “Tom” joined us as VP of Sales. Tom had come highly recommended from two of our board members that had previously worked with Tom.

The rest of the board met with Tom and they were all enthusiastically thumbs up. I couldn’t wait for Tom to join us. We were just about to raise our next round of funding, and having Tom onboard would complete the executive team.

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