Saturday, 14 February 2015

TSSZ: Vertical Slice - Sega of America – Why I’m Not Surprised

Check out the latest Vertical Slice - Sega of America – Why I’m Not Surprised - where I talk about the many reasons as to why Sega of America is being downsized. Find a short excerpt below:

But what’s important to note is that this is a Sega problem―the culmination of years of overhyped and ultimately disappointing products, poor customer relations and a host of reputation damaging decisions. Decisions that have resulted in three hundred job losses.

Think about that for a moment―that’s three hundred men and women facing unemployment, a proportions of which probably had no direct influence on Sega’s managerial decisions. How many of those three hundred people are dependant on that Sega payslip; how many mothers, fathers and carers? Three hundred people nervously polishing their CVs and preparing to fire them off into the void. All because of Sega’s incompetency at decision making.

Read the article in full over at TSSZ.

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