Four senior members of a reputed organization like Samsung India have quit the company during the last month at a point when the company is looking forward to invent strategies for the Indian market under the new leadership of HyunChil Hong.
This is not the only thing that has been going on inside the Tech giant's roof. The company is also shifting employees from its corporate marketing team, product sales team, and is also planning to merge its tablet sales team and mobile phone application and content development business with its smartphone business.
The entire makeover plans to Hong's new strategy for the Indian vertical, and the senior executives exit is mainly blamed for the reduction of their roles or just plain disappointment to all the organizational changes.
The executives that have quit are Jagbir SinghVP of the networks business; Tarun Malik, director and head of digital content, cloud and media solution centre; Sachin Thapar, director for the tablets business; and Sandeep Bhushan, director, go-to-market strategy for the mobile phone business.
Reports indicate that Jagbir is likely to move into Reliance Jio and Thapar has joined InFocus Mobiles as the India Head.