Al Erisman offers a summary of the current issue.
Readers comment on globalization, Flow Automotive, and piracy.
Like any other technology, Al Erisman thinks email is double-edged. There are great benefits along with the downsides. And in spite of spam, he believes the benefits of email will continue to far outweigh the pain.
How Cuts in Retiree Benefits Fatten Companies’ Bottom Line
Wall Street Journal, March 16, 2004
FBI Adds To Wiretap Wish List
CNET News, March 16,2004
Citigroup’s Weill Received Bonus Of $29 Million in Cash for 2003
Wall Street Journal, March 17, 2004
Trial of Former Tyco Executives Ends in Mistrial
New York Times, April 3, 2004
David Mashburn thinks that people really do have powerful capacities yet to be fully tapped. They have a hunger for challenge and purpose.
Seamus Phan argues that there is no perfect solution to malware, but the battle against malware cannot be left in the hands of the few, the antivirus vendors. Users have to empower themselves to slow down the onslaught of such computing troubles with low-cost solutions.
Michael Erisman states, “While there are as many approaches to the hiring process as there are managers and applicants, a few key changes in the process can greatly improve the ability to effectively select people who will uphold your corporate ethics and improve your business results.”