The case describes the founding of Good Technology, including the opportunity identification process of an entrepreneur-in-residence at a top venture capital firm. It also addresses the product decisions, management recruitment and executive changes that occurred in the first two years of the company’s founding. The protagonist is Dave Whorton, former EIR at Kleiner Perkins, and founder. It also draws upon interviews with other company employees, including members of the current management team and one board member, as well as with an industry analyst.
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