Google is due for a “significant reorganization” under new CEO Larry Page, John Paczkowski at All Things D reports.Sources tell Paczkowski Google will be moving away from a structure with centralized managers and towards a structure where engineers run individual units.
This is all part of what we’ve been hearing about Page’s ideas about how Google should operate.
He wants it to be leaner, and more like a startup.
The success of Android, led by Andy Rubin with minimal involvement from Google’s managers, is the model for the rest of the company.
As a result, Google managers might want to be nervous right about now. Sounds like Page is going to render them redundant.
Good news for Google managers that might end up without work? Facebook is desperate for product managers and they seem to have a thing for ex-Googlers.
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