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September 14, 2007

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Lori Wahl

Totally agree about the fallacy of work / life notions, as if we are separate people. Regardless of technology, we’ve always been one person. Like it or not, what happens at home does effect how we behave in a work setting and vice versa (and the same ethics should apply). Only comment here is that there’s another aspect of this debate that you did not highlight. How can we all calm down from the frenzy we live in every day? How can we take a breath and actually appreciate living, and be human to one another more often? This doesn’t mean more vacations, stopping at 5:00, or leaving the office. This is about perspective. Can technology enabled CRM solve this? Maybe in part ... but it comes down to who is using it, what they believe and therefore what they do. The tool, after all, is only as good as the person using it.

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