What it means to be the Chief of Staff at an A16Z start-up
Emma Ainley

“On my first day on the job, the CEO granted me the authority to act as his proxy and make decisions in his place.” … to someone at a high tech company, with 3 years total work experience, in an unrelated industry, with unrelated responsibilities.

Sorry, but I see this as a serious problem.

And ‘voting’ during exec meetings? That’s also a problem.

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