Who won SBG of the year? I hear DA gave it to himself saying corporate performed better than everyone else.
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Talk is cheap!
The truth shall set them free!
no more successes on power points and cheap talk.
A value proposition can be as promising as you want… but it still requires actual product delivery/ software releases. That’s where it goes wrong in Honeywell
So brutal comments. Yike! Mike Tyson not coming back for sure
When I worked at HBT this was a major business initiative. While we struggled to put results on the board at the time, the value proposition was very promising and we certainly got a great audience from those that we presented to including conferences, client events, etc. So - what’s happened? Hard for me to understand all these comments based on the progress I had witnessed.
Must be. Imagine the power of all those flushing success at the same time, -while the forge blasts more heated air!
Looks good on LinkedIn!
Wow - connected toilets - what an idea. Are you sure you are not looking for a role there?
The connected enterprise toilets should hire asap Vishal Garg, from better.com. famous for his speech where he was feeling sorry for himself as he lay off 900 people over zoom just before XMAS
Has the right origin credentials, behaves like people don't matter, >perfect fit< to be a new CTO in one of the connected toilets.
I vote for connected toilets. They have been doing a great job of flushing success
yup like one said....connected industrial is failing so time to call it SBG of the year!
At this rate QD will be president of the year and moving to man a MacDonald.
Would you like fries with that?
I think this is very funny actually - we could use this given everything going on. But seriously - who the heck deserves it? How about the useful functions - perhaps HR would be a worthy recipient for all the value they bring!
You'll have to ask MAX, the mystery Quantum Brain we all hear about.
Most probably his love baby: connected enterprise. Oh no, his industrial software strategy is failing big time.