Articles By Meg Mitchell

What CEOs Really Want

What CEOs Really Want

There's no doubt the role of the CIO is changing. The question is, into what?According to a study by The...

January 14th, 2001 Meg Mitchell
Time for a Philosophy Check?

Time for a Philosophy Check?

Were Socrates alive today, dressed in a suit and commanding consulting fees, he might tell us the unexamined corporation is...

October 31st, 2000 Meg Mitchell
Of Plastic Paper and Electronic Ink

Of Plastic Paper and Electronic Ink

If a tree smiles in a woodlot and there is no one there to see it, is it really smiling?...

October 25th, 2000 Meg Mitchell
Tuned In and Turned On…Literally

Tuned In and Turned On…Literally

Last August, Kevin Warwick had a silicon chip transponder implanted in his arm, linking him directly to a computer network...

October 25th, 2000 Meg Mitchell
E-mail What U Say

E-mail What U Say

It used to be that shunning punctuation was the domain of creative types such as ee cummings. Now it seems...

September 30th, 2000 Meg Mitchell
Good News

Good News

While the representation of women in corporate North America has been steadily increasing, women are still poorly represented in the...

May 31st, 2000 Meg Mitchell
And a One, And a Two…

And a One, And a Two…

The orchestra steps on stage. The musicians take their seats. The audience waits expectantly for the conductor to appear. What...

April 30th, 2000 Meg Mitchell
Implanted technology keeps bionic man connected

Implanted technology keeps bionic man connected

Talk about having a chip on your shoulder...or in this case practically in it.Last August, Kevin Warwick, a professor in...

February 25th, 1999 Meg Mitchell