The greatest truism of every career I have personally pursued or covered as a journalist goes something like this: No matter how bad things get, there's always room for talent. Even if you don't hear this clarion call so often anymore, I'm pretty sure it's still true.

What this means in the realm of Information Management is companies should be cherry-picking the best of graduate students to provide a boost to high-priority business quests. The problem is - without apologies to Stanford, Wharton or Harvard Business School - is that we're not seeing the kind of business focused/process and technology aware students coming into the market that you'd expect at this point in time.

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