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Boeing’s early results suggest that the rewards outweigh the risks. The company’s two public blogs give Boeing a direct link to the public, something the 91-year-old company has never had before. And executives are starting to use internal blogs to get conversations going and allow employees to raise issues anonymously. “I’ve always been a big believer in open and honest dialogue that gets the issues on the table,” says James F. Albaugh, the chief executive of Boeing Integrated Defense Systems (IDS). He championed using blogs at the defense unit’s meeting of 1,000 executives in February. “I was a little concerned and I had no idea how it would turn out, but I’m sold on it.” – BusinessWeek

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