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San Francisco – When you attend one of our MDM Summits or another focused conference, you’ll often meet a whole group of people you wish you were working with. Many are engaging, effective and thorough people who might have taken a large organization from Point A to Point B in some way. Wow, you say, because to achieve that in any way is an impressive thing.

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Comments (1)
Once again, a perceptive article from you Jim that resonates, not specific to MDM in my case but generalized across a number of IT governance initiatives over the years. Your patterns and archetypes have broad applicability...
Posted by Judson W | Wednesday, July 06 2011 at 3:40PM ET
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