Nov 5, 2018
I’m an innovation guy.
It may not say so on my business card, but that’s what I do.
I encourage people, whether inside HP or in my meetings with customers around the world, to accept that they and their product are going to have to change.
No matter how popular and successful your work is,...
Oct 22, 2018
On October 4, 1957, Russia launched a beach-ball-sized satellite named Sputnik, which orbited the Earth in just over ninety-six minutes. The previous frontrunner in the space race, the United States, was now the runner up. Our only competitor had trounced us, seemingly out of nowhere. A month later the Russians sent up...
Oct 15, 2018
I’ve never shopped at the online craft marketplace Etsy.com or even any of its competitors.
Not an area of interest for me as I’m not often in the market for hand-knitted iPod cozies, customized guitar cables, or the like.
As for my wife and daughters – they are big fans and very loyal and passionate...
Oct 8, 2018
What is surprisingly inconvenient about my product?
The designers and engineers who work at HP face many challenges
in getting their ideas signed off on.
It’s a long process from an idea to a finished prototype.
Before any product can hit the market, it faces one final test.
I take the prototype...
Oct 1, 2018
Do you sell atoms or bytes?
Do you think that your answer could change over the next five
years? Think about Amazon and the Kindle.
Jeff Bezos asked, What is my role going to be if the nature of books changes? He realized that to stay relevant and necessary his company needed to retain control over...