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MicroStrategy Chairman, President, and CEO Michael J. Saylor
Michael J. Saylor
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    Came in with high hopes and left with total disappointment

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Tysons Corner, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Tysons Corner, VA

    I worked at MicroStrategy full-time for less than a year


    Covered parking, work life balance, easy access to the mall, onsite gym, employee lounge, extremely smart people, beautiful building, good benefits.


    MicroStrategy has the potential to be a fantastic company, but executive leadership is ruining it for everyone. They love to over hire (with no real budget in mind) and then let people go once they realize that they have over spent. The CEO is a nut job who would rather party on his yacht than run his company the proper way. Some of the smartest people in the industry work at MicroStrategy, which is the real reason this company is even still standing. Executive leadership could destroy it all if they don't start to realize that their employees are important and should be valued and appreciated.

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    Treat your employees like they are important to the company and not just dollar signs. Be more transparent and address bigger issues instead of letting rumors spread like wild fire. Lastly, DIVERSIFY your executive leadership team. It's a frat house up there and it's getting boring and old.

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