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Aesop's Take On Strategy Development

Written by  GREGG JACOBSEN, CBCP Tuesday, 06 January 2009 14:05

The Man and His Two Wives In a country where men could have more than one wife, a certain Man, whose hair was fast becoming white, had two: one older than himself and one much younger. The young wife, being of sparkling and lively spirit, did not want people to think she had an old Man for a husband, so used to pull out as many white hairs as she could. The old wife, on the other hand, did not wish to seem older than her husband, so she used to pull out the black hairs. This went on until, between them both, they made the poor Man quite bald. I’m willing to bet all the change in my pocket that our ancient Greek slave and fabulist never set foot in a raised floor environment. Yet he tells a compelling story that has applicability to the denizens of the data center. It


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