Most people don’t know that the man who built Zoom into the world’s most-used video conferencing platform, Eric Yuan, is a twinkly-eyed, happiness-obsessed, Asian American immigrant.
By every definition, Eric had reached what most people would consider the “pinnacle of success." But the truth is, he wasn’t happy.
A few years later, Eric pitched the idea of Zoom to his team of executives.
Immediately, he was met with hesitation.
Well, as the story goes, Eric left WebEx to build Zoom in 2011.
Was this just another classic example of an entrepreneur leaving a large company to pursue his or her dream? Maybe. But one has to wonder to what extent Eric’s experience is yet another data point in a longstanding pattern of talent mismanagement in corporate America rooted in bias, and an undervaluing of Asian American workers.
In this “mini-book” you will learn:
Short, sweet, and jam-packed with incredibly valuable insights, this “mini-book” shares why talented Asian Americans are leaving white corporate America and creating more value elsewhere.