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We Need Techo-Savy Leaders - Dont just blame government and education for economic problems

At last years 2002 Wisconsin Economic Summit it was suggested that we focus on expanding the high-tech sector of our economy as the quickest way to create faster economic growth and raise our per capita income above the national average. It was pointed out that our basic industries are in relatively good shape, but we are missing the high-tech, high-growth engine that can pull our economic train ......

Full article >>> N! If we hope to change the pace of our economy, we need more business leaders who know a good idea when they see it. We need leaders with the ability to see how a recent scientific breakthrough could be used to create new businesses. Such leaders would be knowledgeable about technology and also creative and inventive. They would be leaders who are driven by the excitement that comes from disc......

Full article >>> Inc., identified the changes that have occurred in the criteria being used for selecting senior executives in leading U.S. corporations. There has been a remarkable shift away from traditional managerial and financial skills toward more specific, technical knowledge of products and markets.



In the last eight years, the senior executives of leading U.S. companies ......

Full article >>> to squeeze-out small (10-15%) performance improvements in old technology. While such work makes existing technology better, it does not amount to a technological breakthrough that might spawn an entirely new industry. If we hope to create high-growth industries in Wisconsin, we must invent entirely new forms of technology that solves problems in ways never before thought possible.

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Source:wistechnology.com By John Byrnes 11/02/03


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