Bill Gates Research Outline

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Challenging the Status Quo of Technology in Business Outline
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Critical Thinking – COLL148
October 3, 2013
Julie Henning
DeVry University

[Technology to shape Office Efficiencies] Outline
I. Introduction
A. Getting in trouble as a teenager, led this innovative mind to reshape technological advances to better suit Business needs as society sees it today. B. Any Idea can be great; implementation of that idea takes careful planning and a smooth technological framework to seamlessly pull it off. C. Choosing to eschew the established ways most seek out their lives, Bill Gates chose to cultivate his interests, even by getting in trouble with a corporation at a young age while capitalizing
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It would be at this point that Gates would not return to Harvard to finish his degree, instead he partnered with Paul Allen and named their partnership Micro-Soft. The team would later drop the hyphen, and then three years later moved back home to Washington and established corporation paperwork in Bellevue, where Microsoft and Bill Gates would become the leader, and powerhouse of software development. Wikipedia 2013* 2. As Co- Founder, and Chairman of Microsoft, Currently Bill Gates is regarded as the single most successful business person in the PC industry for all his contributions to consumer ready personal computer products. Wikipedia documents that "Time Magazine named Gates one of the 100 people who most influenced the 20th Century, as well as one of the 100 most influential people of 2004, 2005 and 2006" (Wikipedia 2013)* B. Your reasons for selecting this person
1. Bill Gates is a pioneer of technological office products which forever changes how businesses are able streamline efficient technologies. Bill 's quest for knowledge of how things worked, and how they could be improved started in his formative years while attending the Lakeside School in Seattle Washington, where he took an interest in programming the new computer system the school had recently purchased.
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