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David Brooks: Segmented nation looks for solidarity amid IT-powered niches

Madison, Wis. - New York Times columnist David Brooks has chronicled a few revolutions during his career, and he believes American society is in the midst of two fundamental changes - a neuro science and genetics revolution and an information tech......

Full article >>> n to take advantage of these opportunities, while uneducated people aren't. Secondly, educated people tend to raise educated children, and they pass those advantages down to their kids.

There is a third reason for the probable continuation of this cycle - merit-based income. If you look at salary structures, it used to be that all workers at a certain grade got paid the same, Brooks said,......

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If Brooks were the chief information officer at a company, and he wanted to make his play for a spot in the executive suite, he would recommend the organization take advantage of these niches in two ways. The first way is to measure everything, a point that was frequently made at Brandworks, and the second is to understand - culturally -......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 06/11/07


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