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The Dirty Dozen

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While it’s not necessary to be dirty, this film tells us one clear thing: you’re stronger with a small team of specialists rather than with a big group of clones. More: you can achieve impossible missions.

We can observe this in innovation every time it comes to reach great, ambitious, disruptive business objectives. It’s a matter of mastering the market context, the behavior of the customers, the way value can be created, to go outside the standard tracks, to know the channels to reach your targets and to exploit every single advantage you have in front of your competitors, might it be in term of timing, vision or technology.

I chose to do this 5 years ago, deciding that EURA NOVA would be the ship for the quest: let’s work to make computer science THE rocking good way to change businesses for a better future.

You should see today the team it became, and what we can do! This is a good time and place to thank each of them for being be part of the quest. With you the game is worth it.

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And as a testimonial, I can only tell you how fun it is to be a major Reisman, and get the right team at your side, and I invite you to see an ambitious project as a mission.
Decide how special your mission is, and invite the right specialists at your side!

Eric Delacroix
Twitter: @Edelax


 

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