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John Hagel III, The Power of Pull: How Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Set Big Things in Motion

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Here's what Mr. Hagel wrote about The Power of Pull: Pull allows each of us to find and access people and resources when we need them, while attracting to us the people and resources that are relevant and valuable, even if we were not even aware before that they existed. Finally, in a world of mounting pressure and unforeseen opportunities, pull gives us the ability to draw from within ourselves the insight and performance required to more effectively achieve our potential. The power of pull puts each of us, individually and together, in a position to collaborate in a complete re-imagination of our biggest private-and public-sector institutions, one that may eventually remake society as a whole. (http://bit.ly/bJ4MEg) We’ll talk about this, how small moves smartly made can set big things in motion and how you can tap this power of pull for your business, your career and your life. John Hagel has joined Deloitte Touche USA LLP to found and serve as co-chairman of a major new Silicon Valley based research center. Prior to this he was independent management consultant and author; Chief Strategy Officer for 12 Entrepreneuring, Inc;Principal, Global Leader of McKinsey's Strategy Practice and Electronic Commerce Practice (which he founded and led from 1993-2000); Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, for Ataria, Inc and Founder and CEO for the Sequoia Group, Inc., and started his career as a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. He’s been recognized with the following awards: * Top 100 Business Gurus - Accenture (2003) ?- 50 * Most Powerful People in Networking - Network World (2002) * ?- Forum Fellow - World Economic Forum (2000) * - Named one of the 25 most influential people in electronic business - Business Week (1999)

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