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1. Formal CV (sanitized)
(Documentation/CVs)
... 2002 to 2004 Restructured from market launch to aggressive R&D operations; propelled enterprise from “standard” appliance company to world-class developer and innovator by pioneering Open Innovation. ...
2. The Future
(Career/The Future)
... my 40s, I have set the goal to take on much larger responsibilities in a company that matters (socially or ecologically: I have a son to preserve this world for). That means: really getting the hang of ...
3. Microsoft on Research in Recession
(Thoughts/on Execution)
... and Product Development are vital in a recession. The first keeps the ship afloat, the second gets the company ready for the next boom time. Cutting R&D has horrific consequences: You are weakening ...
4. Revitalize a Large Team
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... MBAs and the like). Objective: Make Electronics R&D relevant to the company Context: Dwindling contributions to the product pipeline; low regard; team without focus or strategy; first substantial ...
5. Picking up the Pieces
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... with the outside world. We did not have the means to do anything really impactful for a $18B company, but with the help of some friends, we could make a dent. The first output of that move was MEALTIME. ...
6. Managing Innovation - by measure
(In Public/My Articles)
...  Business Model How you make money Networks and Alliances How you join forces with other companies for mutual benefit Process Enabling Process How you support the company's core processes ...
7. How to predict gadget success
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... it is very hard to specify and measure. Is “Transformation” the next “It”-word? In their study “The Enterprise of the Future”, IBM lists the following five characteristics of the successful company:  ...
... inability to strike a balance between those inside the company who pushed for innovation ahead of the curve, and the finance executives who worried more about returns on investment.” And then this one, ...
... remain highly suspicious of a company that has so many beta products out there. It simply means that they are a One-Trick-Pony without the guts to take the step into the multi-product world (aka the real ...
10. Innovation Speed Dating
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... in-depth sessions with selected parties of interest.  Except instead of trying to match romantic partners, these events bring together large companies, or a large company and ‘ecosystem’ partners, ...
11. So far for Open Innovation
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... dividends as there are not better ways to invest the cash... Asking others for advice might be an interesting way of solving a technical problem (cross-fertilization does work), but it will not get a company ...
12. How to Get the Truth From References
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
Now this is a really good list of questions! What did he learn during his time with your company? If you could give him a single career suggestion, what would it be? If the reference managed the client: ...
13. Core Processes
(Thoughts/on Strategy)
Ever since I was introduced to the concept of "Order2Cash" processes, I have had that nagging feeling that there are several more processes that execute within a company. Well, here is my "process map". ...
I ran over this article and thought: whoa, what a great couple of questions to ask! 3 Question Quiz: Is Your Company Ready to Innovate? | The View from Harvard Business | BNET I have met so many business ...
15. Google/Android late
(Thoughts/on Execution)
Funny, this news puts a smile on my face... So finally the world's most coveted software company shows the effects of the Real Life. When one has to ship an actual product, SHIP A PRODUCT, then the whole ...
... burn every single time, taking the esteem in a brand or company down a notch with them. Engineers are smart (comes with the territory), and abhor shortcuts. I appreciate that attitude and have it made ...
... how densely networked is the R&D department with the rest of the company and the world?  ...
18. 5 Ways to Keep Your Team Intact
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... talked a lot about turnaround management. There is an option in my professional life to help a struggling company right itself. This article, plus the very complimentary advice I got from Jalal, will definitely ...
19. Creating a Skills Matrix
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... resource, or you are rather exposed (and open for manipulation, if that skill threatens to leave and ups the ante). Know people that could fill in from the outside (department or company), and keep them ...
... has been identified and cleaned up, the top leadership of the company can decide on a rating framework, rate all opportunities, and then execute the top ones until money/time/resources run out. The advantage: ...
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