Morley addresses MCAA

Oak Brook, Ill. - Dick Morley, an internationally known technology-based visionary, raconteur, and ceo of R. Morley & Co., presented the opening session of day two of the Measurement, Control & Automation Association 2002 Executive Forum.

By Control Engineering Staff May 24, 2002

Oak Brook, Ill. – Dick Morley, an internationally known technology-based visionary, raconteur, and ceo of R. Morley & Co. , presented the opening session of day two of the Measurement, Control & Automation Association 2002 Executive Forum. The forum, billed as the “Light at the End of the Tunnel-Management Matters,” ran from May 20-22.

Mr. Morley addressed a “full house” at the early morning session. His message was simple and he supported it with a myriad of short stories of technology triumphs and failures. According to Morley, technology is the driver of a changing business and financial landscape and offers opportunity within turbulence.

He cautioned the audience that “meeting change as it occurs” was paramount to success in any technology-based startup. Only “changes in technology make money,” he continued, “anything else just redistributes wealth.”

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