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" Symphonic thinking is the signature ability of composers and conductors, whose jobs involve corralling a diverse group of notes, instruments, and performers producing a unified and pleasing sound. Entrepreneurs and inventors have long relied on this ability. But today, Symphony is becoming an essential aptitude for a much wider swath of the population. "
  • GARY HARPST, Tim Bergin, +19 authors Oscar Schachter
  • 2006
Gary Harpst describes how he and two of his friends from Ohio started a company called TLB (" The Lord's Business ") to produce accounting software for one client and then produced an accounting package called Solomon for CP/M-based computers and later for IBM PCs and their MS/DOS clones. Harpst discusses the business philosophy and ethics of their business(More)
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