neckthrough Posted September 15, 2009 Share Posted September 15, 2009 http://www.gamespot.com/news/6226758.html When he wasn't promoting the company's games or technology, Kotick was celebrating its laser-like focus on the bottom line. He pointed to changes he implemented in the past as being particularly beneficial, such as designing the employee incentive program so it, "really rewards profit and nothing else."... He later added, "We have a real culture of thrift. The goal that I had in bringing a lot of the packaged goods folks into Activision about 10 years ago was to take all the fun out of making video games." ... If that sounds like it would create a corporate culture that isn't all sunshine and hugs, then it's "mission accomplished" for Kotick. Nothing surprising, but I haven't heard anyone explain it quite so bluntly before. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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