LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner announced changes to the company’s Global Business Organization (GBO) and China strategy

In a blog post on LinkedIn, Weiner said that the changes are being made to “streamline our operations and focus on our most important priorities.” The changes will affect roles in the GBO, which is responsible for LinkedIn’s global sales and marketing efforts. Weiner said that the company will be “reorganizing and consolidating some of our teams” in the GBO. He also said that LinkedIn will be “realigning our China strategy” and “reducing our investment in some areas.”

Weiner said that the changes are “not easy” but that they are “necessary” to ensure LinkedIn’s long-term growth. He said that the company is “committed to providing affected employees with severance packages and outplacement services.”

The changes to LinkedIn’s GBO and China strategy come at a time when the company is facing increasing competition from other social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter. LinkedIn has also been criticized for its slow growth in recent years.

It remains to be seen how the changes will affect LinkedIn’s business in the long run. However, Weiner said that he is “confident” that the company will “emerge from this stronger than ever.”

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