Say what you will about their recent maneuvers, but it’s pretty clear that Page is trying his damnedest to make sure Google doesn’t atrophy like Microsoft did.
Claire Cain Miller reporting:
“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.”
That’s a great point — but there’s key flipside here that Page leaves out: companies that make bad fast decisions.
Motorola was a fast decision. Time will determine if it was a good one or a bad one.