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Lessons for Disillusioned Dot-Commers

The New York Times offers “lessons” from the “dot-com experience” in a Sunday article by Claudia Deutsch.

  • Being a Luddite is bad, but being a technophile can be worse.
  • There is a difference between red tape and necessary procedures.
  • Speed can connote efficiency as well as recklessness.
  • Employee loyalty isn’t an outdated concept.
  • It is often easy to do more with less.
  • The Internet may not be a great business model, but it is a great business tool.
  • Managers must value e’lan and encourage optimism.

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