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November 13, 2005

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Hi dear Sir/Madam
This is Qalandar from Aghganistan.
I have BA in public administration.
I am working as a marketing manager now in Kabul,Afghanistan.
If I can help you do not hassitate and mail me.

Best regard
Sardar Qalandar

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Drucker is to be honored for pointing out that the employee/worker is at the very core of business activity, and management must plan to unleash their creativity and potential.

If this is indeed the information age -- which it is -- then an activity such as concept mapping is of vital importance to greater productivity. I think the quote you use from Hewlitt Packard, "If HP knew what HP knows, it would be three times more profitable," is the most telling statement there is.

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