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February 12, 2004

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Gerard E.

The story of any aging organization- private or public-operating from 1930s strategies and practices. Hint- this ain't the 1930s. Everybody's disposable. Therefore everyone who works for something else (somebody else too personal) must consistently refine or add to his or her skills package. MQ- you must must must read business thinker Tom Peters' new book-
Re-Imagine! Starts off as a screed about his old Stanford Business School dean- who couldn't explain why Enron's records were so messed up as its Audit Committee chairman. Then goes and goes and goes. Send a copy to the retired flight attendant. Even though it's too late for her.

Texas Holdem

Texas Holdem

Vicodin

Vicodin

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