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1 Introduction So where do you want to go tomorrow This is the question business people are asking each other these days Well they are right because not a whole lot of time left before the end of the millennium and the anxiety surrounding this big event is affecting everyone including the business people of today While I was doing my research on this topic on the question of where we want to be tomorrow in the new millennium I have come across with many books many websites many articles dedicated to this question With the way technology has changed our lives drastically in the last fifty years we are anxious and may be even a little worried about what is going to happen in the future to our businesses as well as our lives It was not long ago that books on the future of business warned of worldwide recessions Now the news is the wealth of opportunity to be found as emerging nations embrace capitalism and as technology brings the world closer Bill Gates in his new book Business Speed of Thought which I will often be referring to throughout this paper suggests that Business is going to change more in the next ten years than it has in the last fifty Bill Gates p13 This is quite a strong but nevertheless a true statement thus he probably named his new book Business at the Speed of Thought However because it is the future we are trying to analyze we have no data and all the talk and argument is hypothetical But for the time being we have to accept the fact that technology is improving in every aspect and in every field on a daily basis at an incredible speed at the speed of thought Since the topic of my paper is about business in the 21st century and how to create the ideal organization of the 21st century
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