This is very good. Well done, PwC. > ““Staff have always had interests outside of work, property investment, stock portfolios, restoring cars, that was seen as ok but technology ventures were typically seen as
Good read. Something I should perhaps try a little harder to incorporate into my LLN work? Why Startup Entrepreneurs Need to Communicate More Like George Bush than Al Gore [http://www.bothsidesofthetable.com/
> Blakely says. “The thought of my mortality — I think about it a lot. I find it motivating. It can be any time that your number’s up.” The Creator of Spanx is the
> And, obviously, crowding all of these transistors in order to make computers on a chip would be useless unless somebody wrote a machine language that could be used to impart the processing instructions.
> It’s not uncommon for great companies to be humbled by what the Austrian economist Joseph Schumpeter called the forces of ‘creative destruction.’ Technology, especially digital technology, has been the most potent whirlwind