Monthly Archives: July 2009

Ballmer and Muglia have it wrong

“It’s a poor carpenter who blames his tools.” I’ve been monitoring the twittersphere and blogosphere about the new BI tools coming from Microsoft. While I am excited about these new capabilities, the “buzz” around these things also creates some concerns. … Continue reading

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The unlikely entrepreneur

Have you ever found yourself doing something and suddenly realized, “Now I am a grown-up”? Like when you closed on your first home, bought something like a sump pump . . . I had the “Now I am an entrepreneur.” … Continue reading

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