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Hi bill,

I've thought of this too. Imagine if corporations joined a league where they could trade their people.

The idea is that corporations help the people who want to move and take a transfer fee or a swap. They could even provide seed equity to those who want to set up.

Whst corporations fail to see is what they don't intend. Corporations are perfect vehicles for developing radical ideas - inert, political, change resistant. This is boot camp for game changing ideas. But rather than recognise this and take a piece of the action they let people walk out or march them out. They throw the diamonds out whilst polishing the turds.

My point is every corporation of requisite complexity could create more value by Figuring how to trade everything they have (whether they intended it or not).

Nice to chat bill and valeria.

You know, that gives me an idea. What if companies *did* trade people? "I'll give you Smith from my Accounting for Jones from your Asset Management plus one future draft choice"

Interesting idea....

Aye.

PS: Guess who just figured out how to turn on comment reply notifications from TypePad. :P

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