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December 12, 2008

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Keith Burtis

I hope this is one of the reasons I was selected as a BB team member. I agree, I think that creative thinking combined with strategy are the wy of the future. Business is ever changing, just like the arts there is a blend of old an new.

It is important that we embrace the change while remaining true to core values.

Beth Temple

We are, as always, on the same wave length. You are right different thinking is going to be the must have differentiator. Both in the people who do it and the companies who seek it. Rock on!

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I hope this is one of the reasons I was selected as a BB team member. I agree, I think that creative thinking combined with strategy are the wy of the future. Business is ever changing, just like the arts there is a blend of old an new.

It is important that we embrace the change while remaining true to core values.

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The conversation is about the work, how much of it there is, and if there will be changes in the way that work is procured.

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