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Learn from younger employees.

Don't dismiss the ideas of those youthful workers who just joined your company. Although it's true they lack your years of hands-on experience, just think of all the new things they learned in business school--about computers, systems management and other high-tech topics.

Advice: Become their mentor, and while you teach your new proteges the ropes, pick their brains.

STANLEY ZAROWIN is a freelance writer in Zionsville, Indiana. Mr. Zarowin retired from the JofA in 2003. His e-mail address is
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Title Annotation:Golden Business Ideas
Author:Zarowin, Stanley
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Date:Apr 1, 2004
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