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UPDATED: Jack is Back at Twitter: Unleashes the Ultimate #BlockTwitter on 8% of His Workforce

UPDATED: Jack is Back at Twitter: Unleashes the Ultimate #BlockTwitter on 8% of His Workforce

UPDATED: October 13, 2015

Great first public move back as CEO Jack: Cuts 8% of workforce some employees find out when they can’t log into their twitter accounts that they lost their jobs.  That’s the ultimate #TwitterBlock @jack! (ass) #TheSociopathicBusinessModel

Bart Teeuwisse received the ultimate Twitter block from his employer: Twitter $TWTR

Bart Teeuwisse received the ultimate Twitter block from his employer: Twitter $TWTR

October 5, 2015

Jack is back

Announced today on a company conference call Jack Dorsey is once again named CEO of Twitter where according to CNN it was mentioned over and over again, that he’s going to make Twitter easier to use.

Not holding out a lot of hope for that, he’s done or the company’s done very little to make Twitter easier to use outside of its original application.  Adaptability and listening to customer feedback are keys to continued and sustainable success in a startup or an established business model. And while most would argue Twitter has nothing to worry about when it comes to competition those from the med tech industry who watched the only anonymous message board CafePharma stumble when a new anonymous board Medtech[y] addressed user complaints (ignored by competition) via an updated new platform interface which allowed for pictures and links added with ease, may have a different take on Twitter’s lagging business model.   Just because one company has most of the business doesn’t mean it should be taken for granted.  Something hopefully Jack Dorsey learns the second time around as CEO of Twitter.  Tech could use the help of some of the ethical from the med device side to help with changes in the product and utilization.  The problem, especially with inexperienced CEOs (or CE(n)Os) is they tend to pull all their buddies (yes men) back into the mix; and, it’s just more of the same. Jack think outside of the typical Silicon Valley box! CE(N)Os are extremely underqualified (usually) startup CEO who previously never held an Executive position (or management position)*  hand selected by investors or VC’s who purposely create unobtainable goals based on hypergrowth sales for a quick ROI while exploiting and manipulating the gratefulness of a startup CEO who is so desperate to prove their ability to the investors and the startup community that engaging in unethical and illegal activity is often not only encouraged, it’s replicated and rewarded from the top down. Startup executives blinded by millions, billions, and with reputations at stake will manipulate facts pathologically to the detriment of patients, consumers, employees and taxpayers all in the name of profit and ego. *Skipping more than a few rungs on the corporate ladder is always a trigger for a CE(N)O Case Study or #GodOfFrauds Let’s hope the #GodsOfFrauds of #SiliconValley miss this one on #MissedSalesProjections:


From November 1, 2014

Tip to Twitter: If users could select a category (or categories) from their lists before sending out a Tweet  it helps get information to the right people. This would create a more meaningful user experience if people who like shoes got a shoe posts and people interested in fraud got a fraud post. Any information is good information, it’s what a company chooses (or doesn’t choose to do with it) as this would again set them apart from other social media.

Twitter tip to CEO Jack Dorsey

Twitter tip to CEO Jack Dorsey

 

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