It’s time to start something. We’ll start by calling it The Tire Tools Company. The goal is to build the tools I’ve written about in this blog. The first thing my programmer asked me was who’s going to pay for this thing. It was a simple thing. There were many to be found online so we won’t do that one. But, it all starts out simple. Then, we build, build, and build. Somewhere in there, we get lunch.

I’ve long been focused on discontinuous innovation. I’ve worked all over the technology adoption lifecycle. I’ve worked in many startups including Dynasty Technology, ObjectSolutions, Bindview Development before it was acquired by Symantec, and Guidance Software. I’ve worked in Fortune 2000s and other companies as well. I’ve seen the phase transitions and how these businesses differed from each other.

I’ve worked for many product managers. I’ve worked in many matrix organizations. I’ve ran my department. I’ve demonstrated self-management many times. I’ve done one of those Tom Peter’s Wow projects. I’ve led.

My research focuses have been how to discontinuous innovate repeatedly, and how the standard financial analysis of an innovation fails for discontinuous innovations. The solution to the latter problem centers around the geometry of the analysis.

At NHDS, Inc., I designed what they now call the RAHN™ desktop node, and the RAHN™ architecture . My interest at the time was to create a discontinuous innovation, a platform enabling P2P model exchange.  I developed the product strategy as well.

If you need my help reach me at davidwlocke59@gmail.com. Tweet me, @DavidWLocke. Or, call me at 505-459-3880.

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