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Finding things. Buzzwords, advisors, ancient structures.

Finding things. Buzzwords, advisors, ancient structures.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1016 • View online
It’s essential to stay on top of new terms and concepts. However, we should use them only if we understand their meaning and if they are of true significance. As a former consultant, I know there is often a thin line between jargon and an innovative thought. Fact-based communication is essential to innovation. And renaissance. Especially when it comes to the taxpayers’ investment.

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