Tag Archives: iPhone

An Ex-Nokian’s Perspective On The Fall Of Nokia, And How Other Companies Can Avoid That Fate

A friend of mine forwarded me an interview that former Nokia CEO Olli-Pekka Kallasvuo¬†gave in March of last year in which he explained the company’s fall from dominance that happened on his watch. I took an interest for two reasons. I worked for Nokia, coincidentally for nearly all of Kallasvuo’s years at the helm. I, […]

The Affordable Care Act’s Mobile Mess

With over three years to implement the health care exchanges that went live on October 1, the federal government had plenty of time to prepare its signature tool – http://www.healthcare.gov – for the mobile era. Though much has been written about the site’s woes, I haven’t read much about its mobile experience. I decided to […]

Why iOS 7 – The Latest iPhone Software – Is Both Safe And Risky At The Same Time

A business school professor of mine once did an entire class on companies that plan their product lines’ obsolescence. These firms proactively anticipate when their products will no longer remain competitive and therefore include a road map for phasing them out. Having an obsolescence plan can help a firm navigate the really tough decisions involving […]