Robbin Neal Murphy on 13 Sep 2000 08:08:59 -0000

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<nettime> Doing well...

On Tue, 12 Sep 2000, cisler wrote:

> I consult for a small Internet startup with about 80 employees.  It is
> incorporated but not public yet. The head of it wants to "do well by doing
> good" but this will be tempered or delayed if the company is not meeting
> the expectations of the investors.  All the board can agree with this
> vague sentiment, but if the company does not perform, i.e. make progress
> in a business sense, then they have to change the way it operates.

This is something Wolfgang, Walter and I have talked about in terms of How to get certain organizations and institutions to "put their
money where their mouth is" in regards to choosing an ISP. Especially
after Geert's report on the situation in Amsterdam.

Perhaps we could come up with some local solutions that may be applicable
to larger situations?


Robbin Murphy

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