By webmink on Mar 20, 2007
This completely summarises the "continuous improvement" management style for me. Metrics for the sake of metrics (because you can't manage genius) kill innovation and demoralise staff.
Right from the start of OpenSolaris, today's candidate has been a respected, moderate and firm influence despite his non-technical background. Having worked with him for many years I know these characteristics come from deep within, and I think that comes across in several of the answers to the questions.
Do persevere despite the poor quality of the audio connection, which took quite a bit of setting up and was pretty dodgy even when it worked. This is the last interview I have in the queue for election candidates by the way, I suggest you go ahead and vote if you were waiting for the end of the series, noting perhaps who didn't want to be interviewed.
This candidate interview is with Jim Grisanzio, who joined my via a relay of phone connections from his office in Tokyo, Japan. Listen on!
Thoughts and pointers on digital freedoms and technology markets. With a few photos too.