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Senior Scientist

IBM Corporation

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In the early 90s I interviewed ...

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In the early 90s I interviewed IBM Senior Scientist Victor Witt, an Incline Village neighbor and friend, for a TV series pilot "Women Mean Business" (can't remember now why a guy on a woman's biz show.....), anyway, it was a good interview about leadership, and why his team at IBM was successful in giving birth to the first floppy storage disc system. Victor's key point was: as the leader you hire the best people you can get, with varied talents, and always smarter than you are.

This team process of collaboration and technology (talent) exchange, hatched a world-changing invention. I call the process collaborative leadership in the truest sense; Victor was however reputed to be somewhat 'dictatorial' in his management style, but maybe that's what made the collaboration work: he knew when to make the decision, or hand it to others (smarter than he) to make them!
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Just like my friend Victor did, how I continue to operate with my business partner of many years and very much the same as to how we accomplish things today in the world of social.


In the early 90s I interviewed ...

www.esse-group.com [cached]

In the early 90s I interviewed IBM Senior Scientist Victor Witt, an Incline Village neighbor and friend, for a TV series pilot "Women Mean Business" (can't remember now why a guy on a woman's biz show.....), anyway, it was a good interview about leadership, and why his team at IBM was successful in giving birth to the first floppy storage disc system. Victor's key point was: as the leader you hire the best people you can get, with varied talents, and always smarter than you are. This team process of collaboration and technology (talent) exchange, hatched a world-changing invention. I call the process collaborative leadership in the truest sense; Victor was however reputed to be somewhat 'dictatorial' in his management style, but maybe that's what made the collaboration work: he knew when to make the decision, and move on to the next obstacle.

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