On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 10:15 AM, Ryan Kaldari
Many organizations have dozens or hundreds of
vice presidents, like Vice
President of Vending Machines and Vice President of Pencil Sharpeners.
Heh. I've certainly been in the VP of Odds and Ends role before. :)
A little bit of context. As Stu and Kaldari mentioned, the VP title is
fairly common in the US, where it's actually often situated below the
"C-level" in the org. The reason Sue and I agreed on the title VP of
Engineering/Product for the engineering department has more to do with
the organizational vocabulary in this part of the world, where that
title does carry a very specific meaning relative to the CTO title.
You can read more about the differences in these posts:
Thanks for the insight here. :-) Much appreciated.