About CMW Management

CMW Management was founded in 2002 by Michael Wallenius. At CMW Management we care especially much for leadership, management and innovation. We stand in a sweet spot in-between the customer and technology, to bring good to the end user.

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Do you have a good idea that you are about to release to an expecting market? A market that will wonder how they earlier at all could have managed without your innovation? Then you are up for a really good time. I urge everyone to do this, at least once in your lifetime. Let the dwelling entrepreneurship skills in you take place! It makes you grow and learn in a way that you never get in an employment situation.

But at the same time I want to give you a word that may get you to sit down and think through what you are about to do. Since it may, at the same time as it gives you your best time in your life, give your worst nightmares ever. It may result in horrible times, work fatigue and personal bankruptcy. Here you can use a military expression:

Only the prepared survive!”

I consider myself by no means to be an incredibly successful entrepreneur, who has made trillions of money on an IPO or a buy-out, or created serials of successful startups. Unfortunatelly. But I still have my experiences and lessons learned that I may share with you, if you decide to read on…

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Econsultancy published in an article the result of a study on how an innovative company has prepared themselves for success through innovation. You find the article here. The background to that article was a prior published article on the same topic. I find the extracts from the study very interesting. Some of the comments are worthy praise and some not, in my humble opinion.

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A while ago I got a LinkedIn invitation from an unknown person. I get this from time to time and it is always fun to investigate that persons background, LinkedIn profile status and try to figure out why they want to connect with me. This time it was a rather distinguished gentleman working with medical research at a nearby well-known university. I recognized the name from my time as the CIO of a part of the same university. So I was happy to allow the connection and followed it up with an email to him, and thanked him for the kind request to connect with me. I almost always do this with far off acquaintances, both as a kind gesture but also out of the reason that I might be of any assistance and would like to explore that possibility. So I did this.

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Everyone wants to be successful. Not everyone is successful. But I believe that everyone can become successful. It is more a matter of knowing how and when to become successful and in what circumstance. If you never start to think about how you want to be or be perceived as successful the only option is to become it by pure chance. And that seldom happens. I believe in setting targets for yourself and work with something that gives you energy and joy. These are the best circumstances and gives you the highest probability of becoming successful. Below I give you my thoughts on what may help you to become successful.

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I have visited numerous meetings where interesting opportunities have been presented to me. Some at the higher levels in companies and some at a middle level of management. I have read hundreds of job ads in news papers during my professional time. Many of these opportunities has presented a top level position opportunity with the ingredients of having traits related to strategic thinking, interpersonal skills, strategic marketing etc. But one of the most common parts of these opportunities are that you as the CEO or just below are supposed to be acting mainly operatively with sales. I believe that hiring an expensive CEO to mainly deal with operative sales is wrong for most companies.

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