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Obsessed with how companies manage, spend and save money, Jason writes about procurement, trade and supply chain issues @ Spend Matters. He has significant first hand experience developing and marketing technology and services products, has advised numerous companies on sourcing and related techniques as well as M&A pursuits.  In previous lives before tech, he was a management consultant and merchant banking analyst.

2 responses to “Back of the Napkin — A New Series and an Open Invitation”

  1. Dan

    Jason,

    Thank you for the “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” compliment. I’m glad you’ve found my “The Back of the Napkin” book inspiring. I wish you luck in collecting your napkins.

    In the interest of “any material that is not original or is already copyrighted by a third-party” please be advised that “The Back of The Napkin” is the trademarked title of my book, website URL, and blog and the image shown above (credited to E Pluribus Unum) is also my work.
    Original post here:
    http://digitalroam.typepad.com/digital_roam/2008/12/fixing-the-usa-or-tilting-at-windmills.html

    As you continue to promote the great ideals of “back of the napkin” thinking, I only ask that you please credit the original sources.

    Thanks,
    Dan Roam
    author, “The Back of the Napkin”

  2. Jason Busch

    Dan,

    I’ve not heard of your book, but I’ll check it out — and come up with an alternative name for the series as well.

    Thanks.