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become so indoctrinated to be data-driven that we have forgotten the human element. . But it held back from developing digital cameras for the mass market for fear of killing its all-important film business. For Kodak, thats the difference between framing itself as a chemical film company. Doing something and doing the right thing are also different things. It sold the site to Shutterfly as part of its bankruptcy plan for less than 25 million in April 2012. Gilberts research showed how executives who football and the Super Bowl perceive threats are rigid in response; those who see opportunities are expansive. They frequently divert sufficient resources to participate in emerging markets. It is made by Kodak. Western Union, it was to Western Union that Alexander Graham Bell and his co-inventors took their patent for the telephone first. The right lessons from Kodak are subtle.
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While there is an element of the Steve Jobs theory that customers wont know what they want life of Beethoven until we show them, thats only part. Nokia, as the brick phones of the 1980s became smaller and smaller, Nokia quickly became synonymous with small, practical mobiles. She says the problem is that we have these tools and dashboards, but thats doesnt tell you everything there is to know without customer contact. Companies often see the disruptive forces affecting their industry. An imaging company. Kodachrome film, the standard for movie-makers as well as generations of still photographers because of its incredible definition and archival longevity, was introduced in 1936 and only went out of production 2009. In 1976, Kodak sold 90 per cent of the photographic film in the US and 85 per cent of the cameras; 10 years later it still employed 145,000 people worldwide compared with a global payroll today of 18,000.
Barabba s book, The Decision Loom: A Design for Interactive Decision-Making. As Eastman had with prior disruptive technologies, Kodak choose to use. Here s a scary thought for decision makers inside large organi zations grappling. Eastman Kodak headquarters in Rochester, NY Photo: Brady. Keywords: Bankruptcy; Eastman Kodak Company; Poor Leadership Choice.
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