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Breaking her ankle in 17 places during a ski trip wasn’t what Sandy Carter’s friends and colleagues meant when they called her a “force of nature.” They were referring to the IBM general manager’s ethos, typified by her reaction to sitting out the 2006-2007 ski season. During that time, Carter wrote her first book, “The New Language of Business: SOA and Web 2.0.”
“It’s kind of related to my career,” Carter says, laughing, “in that you think you’re so busy.