"I'm working in a 5 team tech startup. We have come up with a product for Android all coded up and designed nicely, back-end server running with a rather poor right now but functional database and get's the job done for a start...And the bigger problem is, somehow, all the co-founders reached on their OWN, the conclusion that the founder/CEO is absolute horseshit. He knows all the buzz words, practices none. and the product literally came from 3 cofounders. [sic] All that the founder did was put together the team, convince one of the founders to contribute a good amount of cash and join him, and convinced the rest of the team that he knows what he's doing. One idea is to kick him out, because most of us have invested too much in it to let it go like that. If we leave, he has no product, at all. 0. [sic] Because obviously we will take it with us. Thing is, how do we fix this hurricane in the nicest way possible while hopefully still keeping in touch as friends?"