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Getting Back to Basics

May 31st, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
Over the many years that I’ve been in business, there have been some basic tenants of communicating and dealing with people that have served me…
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Virtual Reality, Not Your Father’s Blueprint

April 30th, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
I admit I was a skeptic. My contrarian mind could not get deep inside the experience at first – not deep enough to see its…
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What needs to change for change to happen?

April 1st, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
Our mission at Verto360 is to introduce much-needed change to an industry that has not seen significant change in over 70 years. My personal passion…
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Build it with Purpose

February 28th, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
Here’s a proposition for you: Every business, government or institution has a degree of inefficiency built into its operating model. As time passes, the level…
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Price vs. Cost

January 31st, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
Price is the refuge of the dreamer. The dreamer who believes there’s such a thing as something for nothing, where no one gets hurt. Cost…
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It Might Just Be The Key..

January 1st, 2018
By: Andrew Lutowicz
…. that unlocks the door to the future. If Henry Ford had asked the people what they’d wanted him to build, chances are they would…
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I Missed the Bus

November 30th, 2017
By: Andrew Lutowicz
I was really looking forward to that hike up Camelback Mountain to watch the sunrise. I had the App downloaded on my phone. My personalized…
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Klazomaniac

October 30th, 2017
By: Andrew Lutowicz
This is one of those terms you learn while wasting time on the web. For those of you who don’t know, a Klazomaniac is a…
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How Does Change Happen?

October 1st, 2017
By: Andrew Lutowicz
Leaders into the mid-‘90s were mainly old-school task managers trained on a military model, who knew everything there was to know about their industry –…
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Lowest Common Denominator Thinking

August 31st, 2017
By: Andrew Lutowicz
We all do it. It seems logical, efficient — at least every industry seems to practice it. Remember the Lada? How about the 1986 space…
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