Under Mike’s leadership as President and CEO of Symantec, the world’s leading security firm, the company shipped 40+ new and updated products in less than a year. Mike joined Symantec's Board of Directors following the company's merger with Veritas Software in July 2005, and previously served as Chairman and CEO of Quantum Corporation. Mike led Quantum as it grew from $3 billion to $6 billion in revenues and held market leadership positions in primary storage, secondary storage as well as back-up and archiving solutions. He has been a Board Member and Chief Executive Officer and coach for several successful technology companies prior to their acquisitions, including EqualLogic, Line 6 and The Echo Nest.
Dr. Hagberg has practiced as a consulting psychologist and organizational consultant for more than 30 years. He has gained a reputation as an expert in effective leadership and organizational culture and has been the personal coach to more than 600 company presidents and CEOs. As the founder of Hagberg Consulting Group, Rich was instrumental in growing HCG to its widely recognized and respected status. His company was acquired by Accenture in May 2006 and he re-launched Hagberg Consulting Group in 2009. He has conducted research on effective and non-effective leadership, the relationship of culture and leadership, attracting and retaining talent, and successful organizational change and has been featured in Fortune Magazine, Forbes Magazine, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, Entrepreneur Magazine, US News & World Report, Inc. Magazine, CNN, Business 2.0, and the NBC Nightly News. Rich earned his BA from UCLA and his MA and Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Washington State University.
For forty years, Mr. Matsumoto worked for Fuji Electric, Japan. During this time, he was as a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Officer for three divisions. Matsumoto was also the President of Fuji Electric Corp of America in New York City and launched marketing for power conversion equipment in North America. As an executive officer of Fuji, Matsumoto managed International Sales, setting up networks in Asia, Middle East, and Europe. He also managed the Electronics Component Division from R&D to marketing for photoconductive drum for copy machines and hard disk drives. As a corporate officer, Matsumoto lead the transition and modernization of Fuji’s corporate procurement organizations. In this role, he was responsible for all purchasing policies, vendor qualification, cost and lead-time reduction, and IT. Mr. Matsumoto resides in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
Harry W. (Webb) McKinney
Webb is currently a management consultant with a primary focus on merger integration and leadership development. He also serves on the board of Smart Modular Technologies and four non- profit organizations: RAFT, ALF, Alearn, and Civic Ventures. Webb retired from HP in 2003 after 34 years of service. He began as a marketing and product development engineer and rose to a variety of executive positions which include: Executive Vice President, leading the integration of HP and Compaq; President of Business Customer Organization, responsible for worldwide sales, marketing, and delivery of all HP products and services to large, medium, and small businesses; Vice President and General Manager of HP’s PC business with worldwide responsibility for the development, manufacturing and marketing of the Personal Systems Group's commercial desktop, mobile computing and server businesses; General Manager of Home Products Division, leading HP's initial entry into the consumer market for home computing products, and General Manager of multiple software divisions in Silicon Valley and abroad. Webb holds bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California.