This is one of those “no comment” philosophical blog posts, inspired by some client conversations I’ve been having.
Now … think about it: do these people have anything in common to talk about, apart from their first names and [maybe] job titles?
P.S. Gartner stock photos used; any similarity with people real or virtual are purely coincidental.
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