CORONADO, Calif. -- The "unplugged PC" that serves as an office accoutrement rather than a business tool for the chief executive officer may be the first signal that a company is headed out to pasture. CEOs' resistance to technology not only limits them to filtered information provided by others but undermines the vital learning that must occur throughout the ranks if a company is to compete effectively, said Roger "Rocky" Laverty 3rd, president, chief executive officer and chief operating ...
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