Possibility Thinking

Seidenberg, Ivan
August 2000
Executive Excellence;Aug2000, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p16
Encourages entrepreneurs and executives to think of potential uses of broadband technology. Impact of broadband systems on video-conferencing and streaming; Possible uses of the technology in medicine; Implications for product developments.


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