"Dick Nolan’s timing is perfect! This is easily the most comprehensive assessment of how to survive–and thrive–in a networked world."–Dr. Eric Schmidt, Chairman of the Board, Novell, Inc.
"This book cuts through the confusion of technology-based businesses to the clear lessons for all twenty-first-century businesses. Dot Vertigo is required reading for all managers doing business in the network age."–Reed Hundt, Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company and Former Chairman, FCC, 1993—97
"In Dot Vertigo, Richard Nolan lays down the task and challenge for those firms who wish to survive in the global information-mediated world. Transform or die. Drawn on examples from Charles Schwab, Cisco, Merrill Lynch, and Li & Fung, amongst others, he reveals the clear steps for survival and prosperity. Unpleasant for those who don’t like change, it is one of the most realistic fact-based books I have read in a long time."–Professor F. Warren McFarlan, Harvard Business School
"Dick Nolan makes sense out of the enigma surrounding dot-coms. He culls insights from their fast-forward history and builds a bridge of lessons from a segmented past to the permeable future. The lessons held deep within the dot experience are elusive, but Dot Vertigo tells the story."–Bob Johansen, President, Institute for the Future
"In his book Dot Vertigo, Richard Nolan introduces many fresh ideas and explodes the myths of the Internet craze. The book is a must read for managers searching for the right guideposts for going forward in these turbulent times. The book comes just in time–we are at the beginning of the biggest (and fastest) evolution in the history of management and business, period."–Peter Neupert, Chairman, drugstore.com
"The pendulum of senior management sentiment is now swinging back to the center after being at both extremes on the value of dot-coms. For two decades Dick Nolan has focused management’s thinking around gaining business value from IT. Dot Vertigo puts the dot phenomena in perspective; it reveals through firsthand examples a clear view of the future and delivers a practical call to action for today’s business leaders."–Peter Weill, Director, Center for Information Systems Research, MIT, Sloan School
"The Internet is transforming how we work and the flow of work. Dot Vertigo is essential reading for anyone who thinks the Internet is just a passing fad. Nolan, renowned professor and IT consultant, helps us understand the Internet economy, teaches us how to avoid corporate dot- bomb disasters, and gives us a formula for business-Internet success."–Stephen C. Hall, Vice President & Executive Director Corporate Technology Office, The Thomson Corporation
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