At PC Forum in Scottsdale, Ariz., scientist John Seely Brown and business strategist John Hagel talk to technology visionary Esther Dyson about "productive friction" and how it can harnessed to create value in IT.
By ZDNet Staff
| April 11, 2005 -- 16:11 GMT (09:11 PDT)
| Topic: CXO
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