Asustek founder resigns, criticizes management

By on December 31, 2003, 9:38 AM
Wayne Hsieh, one of Asustek Computerís founders and the largest shareholder, resigned from the board and left his post as vice president of the manufacturing division last Friday and wrote an emotional email to former colleagues yesterday explaining his reasons to leave.

In the email, Hsieh criticized Asustekís management style, saying the companyís leader does not use people based on their abilities but on their relationships to the leader. He said that Asustekís lack of standardized management processes has caused bureaucracy and corruption and that he could no longer work there.

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