MIT Sloan Executive Education
Certificate Holder Profile
Director - Corporate Strategy
Hamlet has over 25 years of experience in the private and commercial communication industry. He joined Anritsu in 2001 as senior manager of the strategic marketing division. He is currently responsible for the coordination of the global business development strategy for Anritus in the corporate strategy department.
Prior to joining Anritsu, Hamlet worked for Ericsson as director of R&D, responsible for developing wireless communication products ranging from cellular phones to wireless access solutions including IP media gateway products. During his eleven years at Ericsson, he was stationed in Japan for three years as general manager of the Ericsson project management office responsible for developing mobile phones for the Japan market.
Hamlet started his career at Motorola as a Radio Frequency engineer designing transmitters for land mobile radios for the public safety market. During his seven years at Motorola, he issued a patent based on invention of new antenna switch to be used in Motorola's trunk radios.
In addition to Anritsu, Ericsson, and Motorola, he also worked for Uniden as president of the private radio communication division and as vice president of the R&D division.
Hamlet has a BSEE from Oklahoma State University and a MBA from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.
“I chose MIT executive programs based on the outstanding reputation of MIT faculty. Their extensive research and knowledge applies directly to real-life business. Participants gained the insight and ingredients to formulate winning strategies for small or large corporations.”