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Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Tuesday, August 10, 2004
 


Running a company in Silicon Valley? I hope you're not planning to move out. Maybe you can call the shots as an employer in the current economy, but don't forget what made the Valley such a great place to work - extremely low switching costs on the part of the employee and a wealth of sharable knowledge and access. A good engineer does not a good manager make, and managers often forget that when an engineer finds him/herself doing less of what made them tick, the wealth of other engineering companies in the Valley provided a chance to change jobs, sparking a slew of positive effects. Just remember, it works both ways.

-- matt // 5:38 AM //


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