Fascinating 'Plan B' from nine shareholders who want to take Nokia in another (apparently intelligent) direction: nokiaplanb.com
10:02am Feb 15th 2011 via Twitter for Mac
apart from the sensible "reduce the geographical distribution of the company", #nokiaplanb reads like satire on Business As Usual.
10:06am Feb 15th 2011 via YoruFukurou
@mattb Really? Interesting. I mainly focused (I have to be honest) on the geographical distribution thing.
10:08am Feb 15th 2011 via web in reply to mattb
I understand sentiment behind http://nokiaplanb.com/ but aren't they really saying "We should do what we've been doing, but a bit better"?
10:10am Feb 15th 2011 via Tweetie for Mac
@tomcoates totally. "fire the management, keep working on the same projects, hire better" isn't exactly radical.
10:10am Feb 15th 2011 via YoruFukurou in reply to tomcoates
@mattb I guess the question is whether the current strategy is wrong or whether it's implementation that's the problem.
10:12am Feb 15th 2011 via web in reply to mattb
@bobbiejohnson "Maybe if we just try a different approach to making fire, the platform will burn differently."
10:12am Feb 15th 2011 via Twitter for Mac in reply to bobbiejohnson
@mattb It seems strange to me for a mobile phone company to give up on phone OS's, but I'm not qualified to say if that's the right choice.
10:15am Feb 15th 2011 via web in reply to mattb
@tomcoates but those things don't exist in a vacuum from each other, and that's the problem with it all.
10:27am Feb 15th 2011 via Tweetie for Mac in reply to tomcoates
@tomcoates @mattb The public misses that the MS deal is part 1 of restructuring. If we can't "fix ourselves" as well, then we're hooped.
10:42am Feb 15th 2011 via Echofon in reply to tomcoates
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