Innovate Old Company - Part I

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Innovate Old Company - Part I

  1. 1. http://www.FromBayArea.com Version 4.1.3 First post date: Feb/23/2010 Last modified: Mar/18/2010 -1-
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  7. 7.  Global Competition: the New Reality (1985 [1]) ( )  Made in America: Regaining the Productive Edge (1989 MIT [2]) IT -7-
  8. 8.  Six Sigma[3]  [4]  SCM[5]  User Experience[6] (*) 90 (*) GM -8-
  9. 9.  For the past 25 years, we have ’04 2 optimized our organizations for efficiency ”Innovate America” and quality. Over the next quarter century, we must optimize our entire society for innovation. http://www.publicforuminstitute.org/nde/sources /NII_Final_Report.pdf -9-
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  21. 21. 2.1 | Shareholders’ Meeting (*) | Board Meeting Chairman Directors Director Vice President(VP) *Director Executive Senior | Top Management Team President & CEO Executive VP & CFO Senior VP, HR & CFO CTO & CTO VP, Engineering VP, Marketing … (*) VP: Vice President (*) - 21 -
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  23. 23. 2.1 15 HP 11 10 2 IBM 13 12 3 15 Microsoft 9 7 2 Adobe 10 7 1 GE 16 14 4 J&J 11 10 3 Lockheed Martin 13 12 2 Medtronic 11 10 2 Wal-Mart 15 13 3 CEO( ) Amazon.com 8 7 1 Walt Disney 12 10 3 Harley Davidson 12 10 2 Goldman Sachs 12 10 2 Coca-Cola 14 13 3 Tiffany 9 8 2 ‘09 12 (*) (*) Adobe 2 (2 ) - 23 -
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  27. 27. 2.1 CEO CEO( ) CFO, CIO, Vice President CEO CTO, CMO, … CEO … VP, Engineer VP, Sales VP, Marketing VP, HR CEO VP: Vice President CFO: CIO: or CTO: CMO: - 27 -
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  47. 47. 2.2 IBM 1 - 47 -
  48. 48. 2.2 Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark V. Hurd - 48 -
  49. 49. Hewlett Packard Joel Z. Hyatt: ‘07 Current Media CEO Marc L. Andreessen: ‘09 Netscape CTO eBay Facebook John R. Joyce: ‘07 Lawrence T. Babbio, Jr. ‘95(*) Managing Director ’75~’05 30 IBM CFO Senior VP of IBM Global Vice Chairman President Services ‘95 Compaq HP HP Robert L. Ryan: ‘04 ‘05 Medtronic CFO UnitedHealthcare Sari M. Baldauf: ‘06 General Mills ‘05 Nokia Executive VP Lucille S. Salhan: ‘97(*) NPO JHMedia CEO 90 CEO Chairman Rajiv L. Gupta: ‘09 1 Compaq 1997 ‘09 4 Rohm and Haas Company Chairman&CEO The Vanguard Group( ) and Tyco G. Kennedy Thompson: ‘02 International( Wachovia( ) Chairman ’00~’08 ) CEO John H. Hammergren: ‘05 (*) ‘02 Compaq ’02 HP ( ) McKesson HP Corporation CEO - 49 -
  50. 50. 2.2  IT 5 5 IT  IT VP Engineer&CTO  VP CEO  IT - 50 -
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  55. 55. 2.2 “As with many Japanese companies, the board didn’t represent the shareholders but rather the company’s bureaucracy. One gained a seat on the board of directors through mere length of service rather than because of any ability to conceive and carry out an effective strategy.” - Carlos Ghosn, “Shift: Inside Nissan’s Historic Revival” (*) board: bureaucracy: length of service: conceive and carry out: - 55 -
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  64. 64. 2.3 A person can perform only from strength. One cannot build performance on weakness, let alone on something one cannot do at all. (*) -Peter F. Drucker “Managing Oneself” (*) - 64 -
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  70. 70. 2.3 This idea - that no step can be taken without unanimous agreement - was, in any case, largely a myth. Japan's great industrial successions had been accomplished by individuals with very strong personalities, bosses or executives who paid little heed to conventions, often ruled like autocrats, and  relished power struggles. The so-called consensus was generally nothing more than window dressing. In the automobile industry,  for instance, Taiichi Ohno, the inventor of the Toyota Production System, was thought  by many to have been a veritable tyrant. – Carlos Ghosn “Shift: Inside Nissan’s Historic Revival” unanimous: heed to conventions: rule like autocrats: relish power struggles: window dressing: veritable tyrant: - 70 -
  71. 71. 2.3  ( )  ( )  ( )   ( ) ✜  ( ) ✜  ( )  ( )  ( CEO)  ( )  ( )  ( )  ( )  ( ) ✜ 1950 : ✜ 1965 :  ( ) ✜  ( ) - 71 -
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  94. 94. [1] “Global Competition: the New Reality” ( ) [5] SCM( ) SCM [2] “Made in America: Regaining the Productive Edge” MIT SCM SCM [3] Six Sigma [6] User Experience (UX) ” ” GE UX IT web PC iPod / iPhone [4] - 94 -

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