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September 21, 2005


Dave Taylor

Most corporate CEOs spend remarkably little time communicating with their market and customers, in my experience. For example, when was the last time you heard anything about the CEO of Pepsi Corporation, or Proctor & Gamble, or even Merck? My model is always "how does the Fortune 500 do this?" when I think about corporate strategies, filtered through the sieve of "if I ruled the world, how would I want it done right" :-)

Thanks for your smart feedback and response to my article. It's gratifying to know that people are reading what I'm writing. But then again, isn't spreading a meme part of both "online PR" and blogging anyway?

Health News

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