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Hitoshi Mizorogi
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    Cult not a Corporation - Cannot Address Own Problems - Opportunistic Failure

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    Former Employee - Coordinator, Business Operations in Santa Clara, CA
    Former Employee - Coordinator, Business Operations in Santa Clara, CA
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Disco full-time (More than a year)


    Easy work if you blend in Warm and fuzzy feeling until to you realize the myth


    This company is clearly completely lost in a dichotomy. It talks, it asks its employees to improve, to do more with less, to innovate and to change. It cannot raise its sleepy head high enough to see over the desk. Company relies on outdated Japanese modalities - Kizuki is the primary example. This is an idea and is supposed to be a better way of doing things. The verb "kizuku" to sense, realize, notice...is sadly exactly the opposite of what this company does. The idea is to effect change, get closer to Utopia what is Japanese culture is referred to as Ikkyu. The company pointedly then does the reverse...they rely on their sleeping giant status of market leader and have rampant communication and deliverable issues primarily related to their lack of information systems internally and what can only be described as a critically "lost in translation" epic failure to be able to act at the speed of the market. They build tools, lots, they last, relatively long, so this boring behavior of just continuuosly making the same thing over and over again and getting away with not able to support customers and so slow to react to anything is what every company does at the pinnacle before their decline. It will be punishing in this case when they are overtaken by competitor or raider, and wake up and go how did this happen? Cannot own their own mistakes and lost in superiority of their technology which is fading as fast as the shrinking line width and substrate can take it. Approacjing the molecular limits of silicon...all the hard work of bleeding the genetration of equipment is done front-end on ever thinner wafers and exceeded thermal budgets. All Disco has to do is find a way to cut wafer die with a laser or blade without killing yield. Soon...very soon.

    Advice to Management

    Enjoy your sleep while your competitors overtake you...Saru mo ki kara ochiru!!!

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