Today was a rough day for Research In Motion. There wasn't much positive to take away from the 2011 Q4 earnings call in terms of pure numbers but the overall tone of RIM CEO Thorsten Heins definitely suggested the company is in good hands.
"My impression of RIM on day 2 of being CEO is very different from my impression in week 10". This was pretty much his way of saying "a lot needs to change and I'm sorry if I made it sound like it didn't before." It seems Heins has had time to evaluate the situation and the changes have already begun to take place. With the resignation/retirement of ex-co-CEO Jim Balsillie and other directors from the Board being announced, accountability seems to be the name of the game for this new regime and to be honest, it is quite refreshing.