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President of Effective Execution, Inc. Elected to the
Advisory Panel of the MIT Forum Cornerstone Clinic


Houston, Texas, March 09, 2003 Effective Execution, Inc. announced today that Ravi Kathuria, President of Effective Execution, Inc. has joined the Advisory Panel of the MIT Forum's Cornerstone Clinic.

Founded in 1978 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the MIT Enterprise Forum, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and strengthening the way new companies get their start and to providing information for them to grow and prosper. Forum members come from a broad variety of backgrounds and industries, and share a common mission: accelerate the success of emerging and high-growth businesses. While many of the members are MIT Alumni, most are not, and all are welcomed.

The MIT Cornerstone Clinic is one of the most sought after venues for companies in Houston, providing an excellent opportunity for getting candid feedback and advice on business plans in a low-risk, confidential environment. The Clinic, open to established revenue-producing Houston-based companies, offers a venue to receive meaningful recommendations from the Clinic's Advisory Panel that includes handpicked experts with highly relevant expertise in a variety of fields - strategy, marketing, execution, finance, legal, business and investment.

"I am honored and excited to be invited to join the Advisory Panel of the Cornerstone Clinic. The panel includes some of the most accomplished business experts in the Houston region and it is a great a way to give back to the business community," said Ravi Kathuria.


About Effective Execution, Inc.

Effective Execution, Inc. is a management consulting firm focused on helping clients enhance business productivity by improving their organization's ability to execute. It helps clients crystallize their mission, vision and strategic principles; implement management process such as the strategy execution and sales execution processes; analyze and design work processes; design the organization structure, roles and responsibilities and develop a high-performance culture.