The full text of the Nokia "Standing on a burning platform
" memo distributed internally by CEO Stephen Elop has apparently leaked, and even in the face of the continuing platform rumors, it's perhaps the biggest indicator that the Finnish company is about to undergo a significant change. Engadget
scored a copy of what's believed to be the full text in which Elop blames a lack of "accountability and leadership" along with "a series of misses" against Apple who "owns the high-end range," Android, which "came in at the high-end ... are now winning the mid-range, and quickly are going downstream," and cut price Shenzhen devices for emerging markets. "We haven't been delivering innovation fast enough" he chides, "we're not collaborating internally."