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More stuff on strategy and Change management coming up...

The little break from blogging did me good (Read all the Dan Brown books: except Da Vinci). Lots of exciting things keeping me pondering (thus a less frequent blogging). But I'm back now. I'm into several exciting projects (mostly international) where my expertise (ahem) in infrastructure (Virtualized with VMware mainly) is much needed. And I'm happy to oblige.

Anyways I will be talking about more on change management and strategies (including the VMware's marketbusting strategies that I talked about in a previous post).

So stay tuned...

PS: I'm also working on my longest song/lyric/poem (call it what you will 8-))ever!
PS2: Not to mention that I am deep deep into evagelizing (keeping the strategic intent focused on both internalizational & externalizational aspects) the Virtualization.


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