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Chapter 14 Reference Notes
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Where the same reference source is used more than once, subsequent references are abbreviated in this way:
- 6: 1.2 - meaning: see chapter 2, note number 2.
- G.D. is Gordon Dryden, and J.V. is Jeannette Vos.
- Other page references are from this edition of The Learning Revolution.

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1. Chis McGowan and Jim Mc-Cullough, Entertainment in the Cyber Zone, Random House (1995). 465
2. Wired magazine, British edition (September 1996). 465
3. From G.D.'s personal experience as publisher of Trends. 465
4 to 6. 14.1 469
7. 1.2. 471
8. Jack Welch's Encore, cover story in Business Week, international edition (October 28, 1996). 475
9. 14.8. 475
10. 14.8. 477
11. 14.8. 477
12. 14.8. 477
13. Peter M. Senge, The Fifth Discipline, Random House (1992). 477
14. 14.13. 479
15. Tom Peters, Liberation Management, Knopf (1992). 479
16. 14.15. 479
17. 14.15. 479
18. Financial Times supplement (September 18, 1996). 479
19. Casper Shih interview with G.D. in Taiwan (June, 1996) and portfolio of speech notes provided by China Productivity Center. 479
20. 14.19. 479
21. Rank Hovis information and quotations gained on GD visit to Selby, 1996. 481
22. The Burton Way, summary prepared by G.D. after discussion with John Hoerner and senior executives of The Burton Group (July, 1996). 483
23. Interview with G.D. (Sept. 1996). 483
24. 14.23. 483
25. Alvin Toffler, PowerShift, Bantam (1990). 483
26. Interview with G.D. (Sept. 1996). 485
27. Interview with G.D. (Sept. 1996). 485

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