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dlr5288
dlr5288
1/31/2018 2:03:52 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
I agree! A lot of it comes down to critical thinking for developing new products and working together to create something great.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/26/2018 8:43:59 AM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar: LOL... In total agreement with you. Being alert, watchful of what is coming and think/apply should keep us moving.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/25/2018 5:47:39 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, now you are truly thinking!  Yes, and this is where the discipline of critical thinking and science will be distinguished from the decision making based on misunderstandings or outdated principles learned from old practices.  That line of thinking keeps us grounded.  The new line of thinking transforms us into new discoveries.

Exciting future!

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/25/2018 8:23:04 AM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
Yup, time to tighten the belts and have a think hat on and that got to be real serious thinking. I would also add in present times we need to be alert all the time because every instance and experience may offer an opportunity for context sensitive thinking, learning and applying that at some point.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/24/2018 6:56:47 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, thanks!  And again, that requires us to dust off the cobwebs and truly think!  That is the exciting part.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/23/2018 11:03:51 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar:

Can't agree more with you about risk and opportunity in the context of transformation. I really like your naming 'Intelligence Renaissance', as that justifies the very nature of heavy thinking involved.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/23/2018 4:36:16 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, well said!  That is the challenging part is the risk and opportunity to newly apply and discover new innovations and/or new transformations that will truly make a difference.  I guess we could call this the "Intelligence Rennaissance"?

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/23/2018 8:08:30 AM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar: Very valid point. We definitely passed that stage of reapplying and moving on. What is more practical in current market is to follow trends, apply learning from both success and failure case studies before you come up with new. There must be clear difference that the new product is going to offer and that would set this new invention apart.

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DHagar
DHagar
1/22/2018 6:25:04 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@ms.akkineni, and if it is truly transformation that means "in contrast" to what has been being done; as opposed to evolution.  So the future either is one of degrees of reapplying what we already do or to truly learn and create a new capability.

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ms.akkineni
ms.akkineni
1/21/2018 3:32:01 PM
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Re: A lot of "sunk costs" in older network tech...
@DHagar:

Completely agree with what you have mentioned.

'Transformation' has become a new trend in the corprate. Most companies are hiring transformation or change management specialists. I think it will be good as long the target is to change into something reasonably good, practical and achievable.

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