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1. Formal CV (sanitized)
(Documentation/CVs)
... attendant business cases, installed department and teams. Established and liaised with partner companies IBM, Microsoft, Panasonic, Samsung, and others. Generated $14M in PR with <$500K investment ...
2. Microsoft on Research in Recession
(Thoughts/on Execution)
... during the initial phases of the boom. You are weakening your teams interest in development and change. Imagine how hard it will be when you want to make changes and your teams have learned that it is ...
3. 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 ...
4. Picking up the Pieces
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
In the fall of 2001, Integrated HomeSolutions had been restructured. I was the only director left in the team almost of 20, charged with keeping Whirlpool in the business of Networked Homes. Go Get It ...
5. Find a Viable Business
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... team fatigue Key Strategies: Focus on the essentials; robust value proposition; simple product close to core; profitable first, scale later; collaborative rather than antagonistic Trouble was there ...
6. Digitize Logistics Department
(Achievements/Turnaround Management)
... Update Processes to meet spiraling demand Context: Antagonistic relationship between departments; disillusioned teams; strong push to improve efficiencies and redirect headcount Key Strategies: Inclusive; ...
7. Managing Innovation - by measure
(In Public/My Articles)
... is dangerous. It will limit the creativity of our teams.” Don't confuse the art of the possible with the art of the profitable. David Tansley In my professional experience, this is far from ...
... take the fall for not living this reality. Und let’s hope that those depending on GM for their livelihood will not be punished beyond due for the incompetence of the team as a whole. Nobody that is retired ...
The concept of a “Triad” is remarkable close to the approach we took at the CDEX approach at Whirlpool. Engineering Windows 7 : Engineering 7: A view from the bottom In essence, structuring teams along ...
10. Project management by the numbers
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
I am a big proponent of managing by numbers. Especially when team work effects are present, it is sometimes hard to differentiate the good from the bad. Here are some interesting thoughts: Project management ...
... to work to. Be Honest: I never lied to any of my staff. Hands-Off Management: Some of my team mates were a little frightened about the level of freedom I gave them. I enjoy watching folks dive in and ...
... of their efforts on work, rather than survival and promotion Transparency and Candor A leader must ensure that everybody on the team understands how decisions are being made and communicated. Roots and ...
Now here is a refreshing take on leadership: High-Tech Crybabies Head for the Crib | Technology Industry Blog | BNET I have to say, it does annoy me when anybody speaks down on anybody of their team. ...
... for the performance of his team. All other things trickle from that. Employee moral, drive, participation, reach, significance, conversion rate, all those elements of the work of a leader are based on ...
15. 5 Ways to Keep Your Team Intact
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
I found this article so topical: 5 Ways to Keep Your Team Intact | Team Taskmaster | BNET Yesterday, I had the privilege to speak to Jalal Bagherli during the Entrepreneur Country event in London. We ...
16. Creating a Skills Matrix
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... if you can help on this. My second Answer Let me speak from experience. I managed a rather diverse team of product developers, software engineers, hardware engineers, technicians and financial analysts. ...
17. A Triage of Skills
(In Public/My Articles)
... a team where predictability and neatness is required (let’s say, a research facility), you will have to adopt techniques that help you deal with this stress. Enter tools like “Getting Things Done”. A true ...
18. The Work of Leaders
(Thoughts/on Leadership)
... overwhelming. When peeling the onion, though, I distinguish a few layers of work:  Operations: Keep the engine running Find and filter problems Listen to unrefined input Design teams Tactics: Product ...
19. The Magnificent Six
(In Public/My Articles)
In this article, Dr. Heuer outlines the core work unit for a modern Research & Development organization:  the inNode. This team structure is a departure from the traditional functional separation of skills ...
20. Brainstorming or Bust?
(Thoughts/on Innovation)
... Parallel processing: several teams can take on several questions independently from each other Idea smashing: several teams answer the same question, their results are then shared or swapped and smashed ...
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