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It had its supporters and detractors, but it was a bold design crafted during the birth of the space age. Now, the last of the Concordes perches flightless at the National Museum of Scotland. Will we ever see a passenger aircraft with such verve again?
We've been asked many times to single out Tom's latest thoughts-turned-into-PowerPoint-slides. Now they're up. See the new slides master.
See the slides for Tom's event in Mexico, Expomanagement Mexico 2004.
"Signs of overheating," said IMF chief economist, Raghuram Rajan. "If the government doesn't do anything, the bubble becomes bigger," said Andy Xie, a Morgan Stanley economist in Hong Kong. What do business people in China think? A recent survey of business leaders in Hong Kong indicated that 62 percent believe the Chinese economy is in danger of overheating. This same survey reported that the biggest factor to CEO success in this hot business climate is "implementation/execution (getting it done)." It doesn't sound like "Ready, Fire, Aim." It sounds like "Fire, Fire, Fire."
Register for Tom's June 30 online seminar with Dan Pink, author of Free Agent Nation. Dan recently traveled to India to talk to the software programmers who are "stealing" U.S. jobs. Tom and Dan will join forces to offer a clear-eyed, hard-headed look at the most controversial business issue of our day: the offshoring of U.S. jobs to low-wage countries (Noon Eastern).
Rant No.8 of 20: "For my future grandkids' sake, I relish the idea of billions of wealthy, relatively happy Indians and Chinese—rather than the idea of billions of impoverished people pissed off at wealthy Americans." Read more ...