The year is 2060 and today our company’s time capsule, sealed back in the dark days of late 2009, was finally opened. In the capsule, we found, as you might expect, a treasure trove of old products, quaint logos and uniforms, and faded photographs of employees. But we also found some fascinating documents of the period: budgets, strategic plans, performance reports and, perhaps most interesting of all, letters written by executive managers addressed to the men and women who would be responsible for guiding the company’s performance in 2060.

We asked our team leaders to comment on their predecessors’ letters in their daily meta-net sensecasts. Here are some of their responses:

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