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Are you content for our universities to decay into scholastic ghettoes surrounded by an information sink society, surfing the cybercrud that floats to the fringes of the global knowledge economy?
Hence the need for an incremental approach, with those responsible for each stage chained to their desks (on the customer side as well as on the supplier side) until it has been successfully delivered.
I have yet to find anything that makes good business or social sense that is forbidden - provided you give a 'plain english' explanation of what you are doing and why.
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