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Submitting Your Article

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Members write most of the articles published in RobertWhetsel.com, although we encourage non-members to submit their ideas for publication. Articles should concern some aspect of Information Technology, the Executive leadership and/or applied Executive management profession, whether at the level of a beginner or that of an advanced practitioner. Note: The magazine has a three-month lead-time […]

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How to contribute to My Blog

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IT Mentoring Blog for Executives and its Audience: RobertWhetsel.com is the flagship publication for Executives. It is a Blog written and edited specifically for executives as applied to effective Information Technology Mentoring. Potential Readers: Readers are usually RobertWhetsel.com’s executive clients, typically with more than 15 years of management experience and varying degrees of IT knowledge […]

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I help you Solve Complex Problems

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I present new ways of looking at the process of problem solving by treating each problem as a distinct knowledge bit with its own set of useful requirements, aptitudes and relationships. This approach details relationships with integrated interactions rather than discrete actions, clearly defines what makes problem solving complex, and explores strategies for analyzing, modeling, […]

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Beta Site Released

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RobertWhetsel.com has launched the new content management system (CMS) and Blog. This new site provides a location for the promotion of my services and for my clients to leverage their time. This dynamic website is planed use is as the companion site to my Effective Executive IT Mentoring Process. Any commment abput the website please […]

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FUDCon in Boston

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Fedora, FUD, and The Answers to Everything Frederick, MD April 7, 2006 – This author took a two hour plane ride to Boston International Airport and a 15 min cab ride to the Buckminster Fuller Hotel – the Hotel was named after the late R. Buckminster Fuller; inventor, architect, engineer, mathematician, poet and cosmologist. I […]

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Where is Business Models Going?

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Businesses fail at an astounding rate each year. In recent years, the high cost of corporate corruption and fraud has become apparent. The constant search for skilled employees and reliable partners can be a significant impediment to a business’ success. The high cost of health insurance, liability insurance, and workers’ compensation, and complying with the […]

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"Open source business model" takes on a new meaning with the Open Business Foundation

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By Tina Gasperson on August 03, 2007 (9:00:00 PM) The Open Business Foundation (OBF) operates on two premises: that the open source development community makes good business sense, and that small businesses can be more successful if they band together with each other to share resources of all kinds. OBF’s founder Robert Whetsel, the owner […]