San Francisco: Twitter’s new CEO Parag Agrawal has started restructuring the company and two senior executives have already resigned as part of the reorganization plan.
According to a Washington Post article citing an internal email, Twitter design director Dantley Davis, who joined the company in 2019, and engineering chief Michael Montano, who joined the team in 2011, resigned.
“Dantley’s departure is singularly focused on moving our organizational model around a structure that has a senior manager supporting a key business objective,” a Twitter spokesperson said in news reports Friday night. .
“We do not have more details to share on these changes out of respect for those involved,” added the spokesperson.
In an email, Agrawal wrote that the company recently updated its strategy to achieve lofty goals, “and I think this strategy is bold and fair.”
“But our biggest challenge is how we work to get there and get the results – that’s how we’ll make Twitter the best it can be for our customers, our shareholders and each of you. ” He added.
According to Twitter, “Parag is focused on operational excellence and building Twitter to meet its goals and these changes have been made with that in mind.”
Earlier this week, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey decided to step down from a company he was deeply associated with, passing the baton to Agrawal, the current CTO.
Agrawal has been working on Twitter for over a decade and has served as CTO since 2017.
After her announcement of her departure as CEO of Twitter, Square, Dorsey’s financial services company, announced it would rename Block.