14 November 2014

The Hollywood Reporter: “Ex-Sony CEO Howard Stringer on Sony’s Failures and Time Inc.’s Big Challenges”

Later in the speech, he returned to the subject of the Japanese electronics maker. Running a big company is like running a cemetery: there are thousands of people beneath you, but no one is listening.

It was a bit like that at Sony.

Jonathan Handel

Hmm, maybe he didn’t know how to listen?

If you’re running your company like a cemetery, that’s where it’s going to end up.

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