Some years ago, I visited an old friend I had not seen in almost a year. It was a crisp, clear autumn afternoon, the kind of day that makes you walk a little faster and smile a little quicker. I was looking forward both to seeing him and to renewing my acquaintance with the organization in which he was vice president of marketing, a small but exciting high-technology spin-off from a large multinational corporation. The last time I had visited, this vibrant company had been just three years old. Its five hundred employees were turned on, bureaucracy was turned off, and you could feel the energy; the organization was brimming with spirit and creativity.
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- Leadership in an Age of Layoffs
David M. Noer
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