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Google faces antitrust inquiries and competition from all corners. But its biggest threat is Google itself, Larry Page, its chief executive and co-founder, said Tuesday.
“There are basically no companies that have good slow decisions,” Mr. Page said in a rare public appearance at Google’s Zeitgeist conference in Paradise Valley, Ariz. “There are only companies that have good fast decisions. As companies get bigger, they slow down decision making, and that’s a big problem.”
It’s a problem he has tried to address since he took over as chief executive from Eric E. Schmidt in April.
“He’s in there doing that, forcing the choice and forcing the resolution,” Mr. Schmidt, now Google’s chairman, said at the conference.
Mr. Page is also working on integrating all of Google’s products and improving their user interfaces, he said.
joined:Jan 30, 2006
There are only companies that have good fast decisions
good fast decisionswill lead them to see that they do one thing and do it well.....SEARCH.
joined:Apr 13, 2002
martinibusterI agree, but I don't know that we have reached the
peak of the Industry... quite yet. I think we're still rising up that bell curve.
improving their user interfaces
As companies get bigger, they slow down decision making
But its biggest threat is Google itself, Larry Page, its chief executive and co-founder, said Tuesday.
The success causing scrutiny from governments.
Even if they are not being devious, their competitors will certainly try to make those claims against them.
Governments are just learning the power that an algo holds over the globe. Just now that reality is hitting home.