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Personality Analytics: Technology CEOs Analyzed: Part Deux

Personality Analytics: Technology CEOs Analyzed: Part Deux

Some have asked the question regarding our most recent article: Personality Analytics: Technology CEOs Analyzed – “what does it mean?”

Let’s contemplate one example as depicted in the enclosed picture which plots the 56 Mid-Cap Software CEOs we reviewed against the personality trait “Openness“. The output is that the two CEOs who scored in the 99th percentile (Ryu of Guidewire Software, “GWRE” and Marr of Tyler Technologies, “TYL”) are:

1.) less likely to suffer stalled revenue growth on their watch;

2.) less likely to allow their products and services to become stale;

3.) less likely to be disrupted by a competitor or new market entrant;

4.) less likely to see their respective customers move elsewhere and/or become disintermediated from customers;

5.) more likely to adopt new technology to deliver their respective products and services;

6.) more likely to identify adjacent market opportunities..

..as compared to the Mid-Cap Software CEO universe we analyzed (56 CEOs in total), all else held equal.

 

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As the automobile sector transitions to autonomous vehicles we decided to publish our thoughts on prospective segment winners and losers across the automotive ecosystem. Our analysis assumes that the Automotive OEMs have achieved a baseline level of autonomous capability. We expect for the OEMs to develop autonomous capability via a three-pronged approach: 1.) internal R&D, 2.)…

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How to Fix IBM: M&A and More M&A

YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NEW YORK––IBM has created a computer, called Watson, that will play against the b

Recently we posited that IBM could easily fix its habitually declining revenue woes with a systematic acquisition strategy focused on Information Services companies. The benefit to IBM in targeting the Information Services sector goes beyond the obvious immediate-term revenue relief and operating margin accretion.

The key strategic benefit is that the Info Services companies are rich with data and information that could serve as grist for the mill with respect to IBM’s advanced analytics initiative – Watson.

Here is the Information Services M&A shopping list which we previously published some weeks ago: Info Services M&A Shopping List

Further, here is our recent podcast covering the subject: Ep.6: How to Fix IBM: M&A and More M&A

Finally – our podcast show notes presentation may be found here: Show Notes Preso