During the recent ISOTech Conference in Orlando, I had the opportunity to sit down with some of our industry’s thought leaders over dinner, and not surprisingly for such an austere group, the conversation turned to “thought leadership.”

Now I admit, I started this particular verbal tussle, but I assure you that I did so with the most innocent of motives. We were discussing how technology companies could be more successful in today’s troubled economy, and I suggested that those who become “thought leaders” tend to flourish while their competitors are uselessly flopping around like just-caught flounder on the deck of a fishing boat.

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