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   Today in ColoradoBiz Exclusives
Here's one: You should minimize conflict. This is another one my mother taught me, and she was flat-out wrong. In an organization, you should optimize conflict, not minimize it. By Todd Ordal  
 
Microsoft research indicates the average Outlook user reads 1,800 emails and deletes an average of 1,500 emails per month. How do you manage this volume of messages without coming down with email OCD? By Dawn Bjork Buzbee
 
While not necessarily synonyms, brand and trademarks are definitely symbiotic creatures and one should never be considered without the other. By Peter Lemire
 
   ColoradoBiz EXTRA
Dr. Ivan Vesely's concept for a better valve system in mechanical hearts is the basis of the company’s product, the Vitality Heart Valve System. By Eric Peterson  
 
 
 
 
 
The Association for Corporate Growth
Save the date! It's almost time for the Rocky Mountain Corporate Growth Conference, an ACG Denver event scheduled for March 13-14. You won't want to miss it! 
Plus -- read the latest ACG news here and web exclusives here. And check out ACG's 2012 Special Section! 
 
 
 Community Calendar
Find out more about "Seven Seconds to a First Impression" on March 9, presented by author Julie Hansen and the Institute of Management Consultants. And check out ColoradoBiz's other sponsored events and community events or submit your own. 
 
 
 
 
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Editor Mike Cote talks with Patricia Silverstein about the economic outlook for Denver at the Vectra Bank Economic Forecast breakfast.
 
 
ColoradoBiz  is celebrating Made in Colorado in our April issue! We’re working with industry reps to select 30 products in 10 categories, but we want your ideas. We’re looking for the latest, greatest and newest. This year, we’re choosing products from these categories.

1. Computer and communications equipment, software
2. Craft beer and spirits
3. Natural and organic foods
4. Cleantech/new energy
5. Medical devices and scientific instruments
6. Pharmaceuticals
7. Aircraft, spacecraft, satellites,
8. Sports equipment, clothing and footwear
9. Electric machinery, sound equipment, TV parts
10. Toys, games and pet products

Send suggestions to Editor Mike Cote by Friday, Feb. 10. Please include full company name and contact information, the featured product and a brief description of its origin and manufacture. 

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