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To drive IT, Wisconsin may need entrepreneurial makeover

Madison, Wis. - To develop a more robust information technology industry, Wisconsin may have to undergo a cultural makeover, according to keynoters at this week's E-Business Best Practices and Emerging Technologies Conference.

In recent months, information technology executives, most notably RedPrairie's John Jazwiec, have not been shy about ......

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Cultural Thieme

Author, businessman, and Wisconsin resident Richard Thieme agreed that Wisconsin's culture is ......

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Fessenbecker cited Metavante, Fiserv, and GE Healthcare as examples of the potential Wisconsin has to build a stronger IT culture, and he said the state should take a different approach to attracting young people to technology......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 10/25/06


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