Al Erisman summarizes the content in Issue 57.
Letters commenting on alternate dispute resolution, subprime loans, and Walden Media.
Underlying continuity masks the changing nature of new technology that will affect business, and it will take new skills to deal with both the technology and its impact on people.
The Underworld of Cybercrime
The Seattle Times, December 3, 2007
Samsung Ex-Official Offers Corruption-Allegation Details
The Wall Street Journal, November 27, 2007
Rosie Perera suggests that taking time away from technology on a regular basis can help transform the way we relate to it and can bring life back into focus.
With rising energy costs, there is a need for cleaner, greener, and more efficient power usage.
Rosalind W. Picard is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Media Laboratory and co-director of the Things That Think Consortium, the largest industrial sponsorship organization at the lab. She holds a bachelor’s in electrical engineering with highest honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology, …
Super Crunchers: Why Thinking-By-Numbers Is the New Way to Be Smart
by Ian Ayres
Competing on Analytics: The New Science of Winning
by Thomas H. Davenport and Jeanne G. Harris
I.T. Wars: Managing the Business-Technology Wave in the New Millennium
by David Scott
Balancing Your Family, Faith and Work
by Pat Gelsinger
Kenman Wong discusses ethics of a corporate sale where the seller is intentionally prevented from knowing the buyer.