Tom Berger created the content included in this site. It is based on his, almost fifty years, of business experience that includes 22 years with large companies, 20 years running seven high tech startups, and eight years coaching private companies and entrepreneurs. Tom was one of the founders of a joint venture between Motorola and IBM in 1990. The differences between large companies and small companies became immediately obvious. Those differences were captured in short bullet points and notes. Over the next 25 years, the list grew to be 983 items! Some points were rather trivial while others were quite significant. Many were based on the mistakes that he made!
In January 2015, after some false starts writing lengthy documents, the process of converting those 983 items to short, standalone articles began. Organized in nine volumes and forty-two chapters, with chapters divided into sections, 659 articles, totaling over 706,920 words have been written. The effort has taken over 5,000 hours (and still counting). Articles average about two pages and can be read in two or three minutes and can be read in any order. More articles are being written and added to the site on a regular basis.
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Tom can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-248-7179.
A Handy Reference Guide for Executives and Managers at All Levels.
9 Volumes 42 Chapters ~663 Articles
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