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Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

Tom Peters Seminar2004NEW SLIDES


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06.17.04


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60 – 30 = 90 – 60**90 – 60 > 60 – 30 (??)


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

“[Sam] Palmisano’s strategy is to expand tech’s borders by pushing users—and entire industries—toward radically different business models. The payoff for IBM would be access to an ocean of revenue—Palmisano estimates it at $500 billion a year—that technology companies have never been able to touch.” —Fortune/06.14.04


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

“Palmisano is pushing IBM’s ability to assemble SWAT teams of hardware, software services, research and sales people to cure customers’ headaches.”—Fortune/06.14.04


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

No Limits?“Short on Priests, U.S. Catholics Outsource Prayer to Indian Clergy”—New York Times/06.13.04 (“Special intentions,” $.90 for Indians, $5.00 for Americans)


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One Person, Not So Senior!LCDR Charles Swift, Guantanamo Bay defense attorneySPC Joe Darby


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

Shanghai. 17 million people. $10,000 p.c. (10X China). 2000-2003: 30% p.a. growth.Source: Washington Post/6.13.04


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

Disagree: “Success in life is pretty muchdetermined by forces outside our control”Bangladesh … 9%China … 22%Germany … 31%Mexico … 38%France … 42%UK … 43%Japan … 52%Canada … 62%U.S.A. … 64%**81% college kids predict they’ll be richer than their parentsSource: Pew Center


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Productivity!McKesson 2002-2003: Revenue … +$7B Employees … +500Source: USA Today/06.14.04


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

Girls education #1: Yields highest return on investment in developing world**better nutrition for family. Better kids’ education. Better health. Higher family income. Lower birth rate. Etc.Source: Larry Summers, as reported in “The Payoff From Women’s Rights,” Isobel Coleman, Foreign Affairs/May-June 2004


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06.12A.04


Tom peters seminar2004 new slides

“Ronald Reagan does not enter history tentatively—he does so with certainty and panache. At home and on the world stage, his were not the pallid etchings of a timorous politician. They were the bold strokes of a confident and accomplished leader.”—Brian MulroneyMulroney on great leaders/RR: “ … magical quality that sets some men and women apart so that millions will follow them as they conjure up grand visions and invite their countrymen to dream big and exciting dreams” Source: RR eulogies at National Cathedral 06.11.2004


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