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Rules For Radical CIOs
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Coverlet
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Coverlet,
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6/3/2013 | 8:11:06 PM
re: Rules For Radical CIOs
I reflect on this idea in end of part 2. Will be curious to hear your feedback on it. Oh... and I haven't "figured out" anything yet.
Coverlet
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Coverlet,
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6/3/2013 | 8:08:47 PM
re: Rules For Radical CIOs
Lorna - I like your tweet. Optimism in the face of hard evidence. :)
jries921
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jries921,
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6/3/2013 | 7:28:17 PM
re: Rules For Radical CIOs
Agreed on all points, but (and maybe you've figured this out already)...

If your work is focused on providing useful and non-injurious goods and services to your fellow human beings at prices worth paying, you're not on the dark side, even it it goes somewhat against your prejudices.

The dark side of business is focused on separating as much money from as many fools as possible without going to prison.
Lorna Garey
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Lorna Garey,
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6/3/2013 | 6:24:18 PM
re: Rules For Radical CIOs
Eagerly awaiting #6 through #13.


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