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"Nine gamblers could not feed a single rooster." -- Yugoslav proverb
From "Re-imagine" by Tom Peters (DK, 2003):
"Fact is, despite sectoral turmoil and disappointments of the last two or three years, we are merely in the baby stages of the infotech revolution. Established organizations do not exactly shine in discontinuous times. Neither do successful 40-year-old middle managers. On the contrary, orgs and hierarchs tend to hunker down, to guard their turf ferociously -- and to pray that 'This, too, shall pass.' Well, it won't."
Here are the results from a recent Working Wounded Blog/ABCNews.com online ballot:
How valuable is a college education at work?
It actually makes things worse, 9 percent
Very, 23 percent
Barely, 29 percent
Somewhat, 38 percent
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