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First Who, Then What

1. WHO 2. WHAT Continuing on the path of understanding what makes good into great, the next step is understanding the value of the idea “First who, then what“. This is the third chapter of “Good to Great”. For most

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Level 5 Leadership

Yesterday I wrote about “Good to Great” in general. Today I am going to focus on an idea called level 5 leadership. It is chapter 2 of the book and I remember being surprised by its revelations. At first it

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Good to Great

“Good to Great” is a book written by Jim Collins about the successful transition from being a good company to a great company. What makes this book unique is the extent of research done to find what made companies great.

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The Direction of Flash Memory

There has been a certain curiosity about where flash memory is going.  It is typically hard to locate good material on subjects like this.  There was luck on this tonight.  Jim Cooke from Micron gave a presentation at WinHEC in

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The Silent Death of U3

Over the last few days I’ve come to realize something that happened last May.  It is common to miss news and assume that things are a certain way when really they have changed.  For example, it would be almost impossible

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Living In The Future

Imagine that you are magically transported back in time to 1974. Some of you weren’t even alive then. Just imagine what it would be like not to have a personal computer. Imagine what it would be like not to have

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Moving Up and Down the Stack

This has been going on for quite some time. Companies which have traditionally specialized in certain areas are forced to examine related areas in order to grow. Once a tech company grows past a certain point (perhaps when it reaches

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Time Marches On

Before I knew it, a new year was here. This inspires me to write about the past year and what will unfold for this year. For whatever reason it doesn’t seem important to dive into particular details but instead look

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New Official Citrix Blog Site

This should be fairly short.  Citrix has decided to move its blog site to http://community.citrix.com/blogs/.  As a result, they have also changed how the site works.  The only posts available to the front page are group posts.  Personal posts, such

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Telepresence Revisted

Back in January I wrote a post titled Telepresence which covered the concept of extending the Citrix model to better simulate remote environments for the sake of working together across great distances. Recently I attended a Gartner conference in Sydney

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