looking for executive report on y2k for top brass

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I have to present to the top brass an overview of y2k. is there any web sites that might have some good examples.

-- Kim Henderson (carleenhen@aol.com), April 03, 1999


This isn't exactly executive but... <:)=

HTML Senate Reort on Y2K with bookmarks

-- Sysman (y2kboard@yahoo.com), April 03, 1999.


I believe this report by Dr. Edward Yardeni would be just right for showing to top brass:


-- Kevin (mixesmusic@worldnet.att.net), April 03, 1999.

Hey, they're the "top brass", tell them to figure it out! That's why they make so much money - they're supposed to know these things.

-- @ (@@@.@), April 03, 1999.

Get the Jan 99 issue of Vanity Fair. Still the best overview in the non-geek media.

-- RD. ->H (drherr@erols.com), April 03, 1999.

You might like to consider this site:


They also keep the presentation updated with current developments.

Good Luck.

-- LP (soldog@hotmail.com), April 03, 1999.

Go to Dr. Paula Gordons site - excellent white paper - covers ot all (those brass will need at least a college prep education to read it)


-- bob Pilcher (rpilc99206@aol.com), April 03, 1999.

After all those, if they're still scratching their heads, put 'em on to Tom's Take.

(That Tom is Tom Benjamin, not moi.)

-- Tom Carey (tomcarey@mindspring.com), April 04, 1999.

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