Vestas CEO's management style reportedly causing internal ruckus

The turbine maker's chief exec is criticized excessive micro-managing of the company and being poor at handling criticism, reports InsideBusiness.

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Since Henrik Andersen in 2019 assumed the position of chief executive at wind turbine manufacturer Vestas, the company's top management has seen significant replacements. Among other things, the executive team has seen more than half its positions reshuffled, with five out of eight executives being new.

Part of the reason for this reshuffling apparently comes down to the CEO, writes Danish media InsideBusiness, which has spoken to a series of former managers at the turbine maker following a number of employee surveys conducted in early summer stating harsh criticisms toward Andersen's management style.

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