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Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Strategy?

October 2015
Potential but not Actual.
Vice President (VP), Strategy:
Pros: Absolute freedom to develop a community and culture.
Cons: The company doesn't have the capital to do what it wants to do and will not accept outside funding.
November 2018
Upscale, but with room to grow.
Vice President (VP), Strategy in Smyrna:
Pros: Home sizes
Cons: Commute to the city
January 2019
LA is great - if you can afford it.
Vice President (VP), Strategy in Los Angeles:
Pros: Weather, culture
Cons: traffic, cost of living
February 2019
Great.
Vice President (VP), Strategy in Fairborn:
Pros: The projects
Cons: The politics
April 2019
Shaping Agriculture.
Vice President (VP), Strategy in St. Louis:
Pros: Creating value for farmers
Cons: Politics
November 2019
Vice President (VP), Strategy in New York:
Pros: My manger, working in corporate social responsibility, some autonomy
Cons: The wrong people get promoted, politics, bureaucracy, bad technology
January 2020
Great Opportunities - but local talent is lacking.
Vice President (VP), Strategy in Jakarta:
Pros: Tech Opportunities in the region
Cons: Talent is hard to come by. SO you employ a lot of weak talent.