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Simplicity: The New Competitive Advantage in a World of More, Better, Faster

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A book by William D. Jensen

Scary fact: Business information doubles about every three years. In other words, if your job is complex now, in three years you'll have twice as much noise to sift through just to get your work done. Bill Jensen makes no bones about it: Making a job … see full wiki

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Author: William D. Jensen
Publisher: Basic Books
2 reviews about Simplicity: The New Competitive Advantage...
review by . May 30, 2001
As I first heard the story, a prominent venture capitalist was cornered at a party by an eager young entrepreneur who explained that he had a terrific idea and all he needed was "only" $10-million. The venture capitalist asked for his business card. "On the back of it, please explain why my firm should invest in your idea." Disbelief. "I can't possibly get it all down on the back of a business card!" Pause. "Then I'm sorry but I really don't think we have anything to talk about." Years ago, a journalist …
review by . January 30, 2000
As I first heard the story, a prominent venture capitalist was cornered at a party by an eager young entrepreneur who explained that he had a terrific idea and all he needed was "only" $10-million. The venture capitalist asked for his business card. "On the back of it, please explain why my firm should invest in your idea." Disbelief. "I can't possibly get it all down on the back of a business card!" Pause. "Then I'm sorry but I really don't think we have anything to talk about." Years ago, a journalist …
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