Don't blame CEO Stephen Elop for Nokia's (NOK) woes, says Juuso...
Don't blame CEO Stephen Elop for Nokia's woes , says Juuso Myllyrinne. The problem lies in an ancient engineer-dominated culture that obsessed over hardware while failing to appreciate the need for an appealing, unified software ecosystem that consumers and developers could get behind.
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#1 Apr 16, 2012
That's where Myllyrinne is partially wrong. The past Nokia engineers are the ones who designed appealing handsets that consumers want. Any phone manufacturer needs both appealing hardware AND software. That is why Apple and Samsung come up top. The Lumia handsets are plain ugly.
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