According to German business weekly Wirtschaftswoche, Nokia CEO Stephen Elop has ordered headhunters to look for top people to replace several executive board members. Elop is supposedly planning a radical restructuring of top management. We might hear more about this on February 11th at Capital Markets Day in London.
Nokia President and CEO Stephen Elop
Wirtschaftswoche (translated) claims Mary T. McDowell, the current head of Nokia’s mobile phones unit, may have to leave the company along with Niklas Savander, the manager of the markets unit. Chief Development Officer Kai Oistamo may have to go, too, as may Tero Ojanpera, the manager responsible for services and mobile solutions.