As you know, China-based technology giant Huawei has been struggling with many problems for a while. Huawei, which has suffered greatly from the events after the US crisis, is now on the agenda with the resignation of Ren Zhengfei, who has been the CEO of the company for years. Meanwhile, there are other changes not only in Rhine but also in management. Huawei management change is expected for some time, but it still amazes.
Huawei is on the agenda with a change of management
Ren Zhengfei, who is the founder of Huawei and also CEO, has been considering retirement since last year, but the cards are re-profiting in the company after an unexpected decision.
In this context, Huawei founder and CEO Ren Zhengfei will resign from the company’s board of directors, and former Huawei President Sun Yafang will also resign from the Shanghai company. Instead of Yafang, Tian Xingpu, ex-chairman of Hangzhou, will take over instead.
These missions are said to be valid for Shanghai Huawei Technologies. Shanghai Huawei, originally registered in 2001 for those who do not, operates in software development, communication services, technology services, broadband and wireless technologies, among other industries.
In addition, Huawei’s position changes are considered normal for the company. In 2018, position changes were seen for the first time in six years of the company. CEO Ren Zhengfei and Huawei CFO and Ren’s daughter Sabrina Meng Wanzhou became one of the company’s four vice presidents. Zhengfei remained the CEO, but had left the role of vice-president. However, this decision, which can be seen as interesting, will change the processes of making decisions in the company.
In interviews last year, Ren said that the transition to a new management team on the Huawei board has already been completed. Saying that this change will take place in any crisis period for the company, the former CEO thinks that the crisis period is coming.