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Analog people in the Digital Revolution, part II

In my previous column, I started a discussion about what people are good for in the digital revolution. Theres a lot of blah, blah, blah out there about the complexity of current business and technical environments and the need for better judgment, greater flexibility, improved communication and more dynamic creativity. Whats missing from that gray fog of biz-speak are pragmatic courses of action ......

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Being analog in a digital world
There was a time during the dot-com era when we became convinced that everything had changed. That was followed by a time when we were pretty sure nothing has changed. How digital of us. The answer, as always, lies somewhere in between. We all recognize that ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Byron Glick 06/16/04


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