Management Shakeups at Apple and Google

January 2011: Two giants of the tech industry -- Apple and Google -- both recently announced major management changes. First, Steve Jobs said he would take another medical leave, making Tim Cook acting CEO of Apple. Then Google co-founder Larry Page announced that he would replace longtime CEO Eric Schmidt in part to "speed up decision making" at the company.

David Owens, Clinical Professor of Business Strategy and Innovation at Owen, shares his thoughts on how both moves may affect the companies. (Interview conducted by Ryan Underwood; length: 10:30.)