Originally Posted by PatNY
Or at least fire the product manager and get new people in to run that division.
So not only you are going to fire this product manager, but also a bunch of people under him or her? And that's the least of what you are going to do? What's the most? Fire the people under them?
Being involved in what were likely group decisions that didn't go well should not be a firing offense. Besides the questionable morality, no one with a choice will want to work there.
Armchair quarterbacking is fine, but I draw the line at proposals to fire the coach, much less his assistants.
P.S. I know that B&N management has already fired a lot of blameless people by closing stores. Let's just not egg them on.