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  • The authors are Steve King and Carolyn Ockels. Steve and Carolyn are partners at Emergent Research and Senior Fellows at the Society for New Communications Research. Carolyn is leading the coworking study and Steve is a member of the project team.

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August 14, 2008

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John

I've recently being doing some research into technology adoption within small (and micro) businesses. One of the barriers often cited is a lack of desire/motivation on behalf of the business owner to grow the business, which impacts on technology adoption as it is often sold and perceived as a mechanism for growth.

Steve

John:

Very interesting. While we haven't done any formal research on this topic, based on our related work this makes sense.

Steve

Rob Johnson

Hey thanks for the awesome information. I’ve been checking out your blog for a ouple weeks now and I learn something new every time. What was your inspiration to start up your blog? You might want to check out these free excerpts from New York Times bestselling business growth book “The Answer” … www.readtheanswer.com/index.php?RTA=web2

Also, check out this cool entrepreneurship blog… www.gothamtechminute.blogspot.com

Jacob

There is no question that a business owner that keeps their business small can sleep better at night. No worrying about who to lay off or how to make the next big loan payment. Oddly enough you can feel more secure in a storm than some of the big dogs.
http://www.rexxsales.com

Sharon Wilson

Great post! One thing I can advice for entrepreneurial success is to consider the idea of "dress for success" and be not afraid to be authentic in who we are. http://www.spiritualpreneurs.com/as-you-work-to-%E2%80%98dress-for-success%E2%80%99-how-important-is-it-to-balance-both-your-masculine-and-feminine-sides-in-business/

J Allen

Personally I believe success to be mostly a state of mind. If you have the right state of mind the other traits of success will follow.

http://www.rexxindustrialparts.com

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