Economic Perspectives with Hopeton Hay on KAZI 88.7 FM in Austin, TX

Former Dell Executive Shares Secrets of Corporate Success

Posted by Hopeton on May 21, 2010

Fenorris Pearson, author of How to Play the Game at the Top: The 9 Rules for Consummate Corporate Effectiveness, is the May 23 guest on KAZI Book Review, 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m. on KAZI 88.7 FM.  Listen live online at kazifm.org.  In How to Play the Game at the Top, Pearson divulges the unspoken rules of success for corporate executives and shows how to fast track your career.

Pearson is president of Global Consumer Innovations, a consulting firm that uses knowledge of the culture of innovation to help companies better connect to their targeted consumer base and incrementally increase their revenues

Prior to founding Global Consumer Innovation, Pearson served as Vice President of Consumer Innovation for Dell, Inc., a Fortune 50 company with revenues of more than $60 billion where he had the responsibility for more than 300 employees in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. While at Dell, he was responsible for creating a culture of innovation for the consumer business to help transform that business from operational excellence business model to one focused on a product leadership culture and mindset.

Prior to joining Dell, Pearson was Vice President for Global Organizational Development for Motorola, Inc., a global telecommunications leader with revenues of over $40 billion. While at Motorola, he worked with President and Executive Vice-President to lead led the reorganization of a $27 billion business.

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