MP3: Michael Dell - Dell's Change from Products to Services

05.10.2012

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Michael Dell - Dell\'s Change from Products to Services MP3

Michael Dell discusses with John Battelle the development, goals, challenges and Dell's place within the IT industry. He founded Dell, Inc., and directed the company for over twenty-seven years to its present $60 billion value and 120 thousand employee size. He is an industry expert and offers insider views here about the state and direction of this major industrial segment as it impacts the way we live and inter... Source: itc.conversationsnetwork.org

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