Here's the new leadership lineup at Google-owned Motorola Mobility:
• Dennis Woodside, chief executive officer. For Google, he spearheaded investment across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He was responsible for the overall product offering and acquisition strategies in these markets, which had a 20-fold increase during his tenure. Revenues grew to over $2 billion. Most recently, Dennis was responsible for Google's sales and operations in North America and Latin America. In the United States, Woodside and his team drove revenue from $10.8 billion to $17.5 billion in under three years.
• Mark Randall, supply chain and operations, has had senior roles at Nokia and most recently Amazon where he built the supply chain that produced the Kindle and Kindle Fire.
• Regina Dugan is joining to start a new Advanced Technology & Projects Group to focus on breakthrough innovation. She was director of DARPA, the organization that develops breakthrough advances for national security.
• Gary Briggs, marketing. He led marketing at eBay and most recently ran Google's Consumer Marketing, taking Chrome to 30 percent global share.
• Vanessa Wittman, chief financial officer. She was chief financial officer at public company Marsh & McLennan.
• Scott Sullivan, "people operations." He most recently led human resources for Visa, and before that ran global HR at NVIDIA.
Those remaining at Motorola Mobility include:
• Iqbal Arshad, global product development. His leadership brought Motorola's first Android phones to market.
• Mahesh Veerina, software, including enterprise. He established the company's culture of software.
• Jim Wicks, consumer experience design. He has worked on Motorola's designs from the original RAZR to the current RAZR line.
• Mark Shockley, go-to-market. He helped lead Motorola in Brazil, and doubled its sales in China in recent years.
• Scott Offer, legal. He led the company though the separation with Motorola Solutions and has been the driving force behind Motorola's IP strategy.
• Fei Liu, mass market consumer products -- responsible for hugely successful products for markets outside the United States.
• Marshall Brown, chief of staff. He has been driving the deal and integration with Google.