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April 2001
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Editor's Note

Monica Bay, Editor-in-Chief AFTER the holiday lull, the tech circuit is now back in full gear. We bring you reports (and of course, pictures), from Fulcrum's annual C.I.O. Institute in San Francisco.

ABA TECHSHOW, and the National Soliticitor's Exhibition in Birmingham, U.K. (our newest trade show), were held just as we were closing this issue, so we'll save those tales for the May issue. Later this month, I'm heading to Rio de Janeiro, where I'll be giving my first keynote address, at the TerraLex annual conference. I'm excited, and, I must admit, just a bit nervous. (I think I've bought every book that the Harvard Business School Press has published.) But LTN Editorial Advisory Board member John Tredennick also is speaking, so I'll have good counsel to cheer me on!

Speaking of the LTN board, I'm delighted to introduce four new members. You'll recognize their names as frequent contributors: consultants Sheryn Bruehl, Sally Gonzalez and Michael Kraft; and Union Bank's John McGuckin Jr. Welcome!

Cordially,

Monica Bay

Monica Bay Editor-in-Chief

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