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The Fiefdom Syndrome: The Turf Battles that Undermine Careers and Companies, and How to Overcome Them | [Robert J. Herbold]

The Fiefdom Syndrome: The Turf Battles that Undermine Careers and Companies, and How to Overcome Them

Is your company threatened by turf battles, shut out of key data sources by territorial lords, or ravaged by hundreds of micro-companies? If so, your organization may be suffering from a potentially crippling case of Fiefdom Syndrome.
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Is your company threatened by turf battles, shut out of key data sources by territorial lords, or ravaged by hundreds of micro-companies? If so, your organization may be suffering from a potentially crippling case of Fiefdom Syndrome.

©2005 Robert J. Herbold; (P)2005 Oasis Audio

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    "Powerful Concept, Repetitious and Poor Narrator"

    The point is clear. It is driven in over and over again - everything is a fiefdom of one variety or another. The concept is powerful, but the presentation is boring. The narrator has a unique voice - choppy, somewhat monotone, and makes listening tedious.

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