Tag Archives: management

Android is dead. Long live Android.

So you’ve heard : Andy Rubin stepped down from being SVP of Android at Google – and Sundar Pichai (SVP of Chrome/Apps) is taking over the reigns. Starting March13th 2013.

Andy will take a position within the GoogleX project (read below).

The big question is,

Why Andy Rubin stepped down ?

Since Andy Rubin founded Android Inc. in 2003, he has been the Android father figure. Even after the big Google acquisition in 2005, he was deeply involved in Android matters; from thinking the product through to making critical decisions and handpicking Android speakers and developer relations team.

I mean, it’s clear that he has been very passionate about his product/baby.

And if you’re a startupper/product guy, you know how hard it is to abandon ship. This could be due to three reasons : Continue reading “Android is dead. Long live Android.” »

Why does a Company’s culture matters ?

-So what’s your company’s culture is like ?
-What do you mean by “company culture” ?

This quote is extracted as-is from a conversation between me and a top-management guy at a well established multinational. I’m not going through the details of the conversation, but it was the first time I realised that maybe it’s about time companies change their management styles. And that is due to different reasons -I will list a few below.

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