Making It Personal

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Bruce Kasanoff, Oct 17, 2002 - Business & Economics - 217 pages
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At what point do personalization and privacy clash? Are there limits to how personal a company can get? Who owns personal information? To what extent should technology be constrained by social factors? In Making It Personal, business technology and strategy expert Bruce Kasanoff offers a mission- critical briefing for anyone who wants to know how to profit from personalization without crossing the line. Drawing from a wide array of primary sources, Kasanoff explores the cultural, political, legal, and technological dimensions of personalization and how they play out in the corporate environment. Making It Personal offers a unique, multidimensional perspective to a phenomenon that is revolutionizing business and will play out in dramatic fashion in the years to come.

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Bruce Kasanoff is an expert on personalization, customer relationship marketing, and business technology. One of the original partners of the Peppers and Rogers Group, the world's foremost authority on one-to-one marketing, he is founder of the on-line newsletter Inside Privacy. Also a popular speaker, commentator, and consultant, he lives with his family in Westport, Connecticut.

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