Going Bedouin is a term that is being buzzed in Silicon Valley that describes the format of low-cost, highly mobile set of companies leading the Web 2.0 revolution. Greg Olsen...

Going Bedouin is a term that is being buzzed in Silicon Valley that describes the format of low-cost, highly mobile set of companies leading the Web 2.0 revolution. Greg Olsen says:

The goal of “going Bedouin” is to create a low inertia business that takes less capital to get started and that can react with greater agility to changing conditions….Given peoples' experience with telecommuting and distributed team projects from the open source community, a neo-Bedouin approach is not as hard to envision as it once may have been. The requirements for a neo-Bedouin business, however, go further and must include support for all business functions (such as sales, marketing, finance, engineering and customer support). A neo-Bedouin approach can be executed through a wide variety of specific choices.

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