This book describes the Roles and Phases that all we all travel through both in life and at the workplace. It illustrates the need to adapt to rapid changes and is an excellent tool for Old World companies trying to cross the chasm into the New World marketplace. This book will enable the reader to stay ahead of the curve while having fun in the new economy.
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Way back in olden days, when the Sun ruled and the Hunt was predominant, there was born a village by the sea, which was aptly named, Village-By-The-Sea. This village was by far and away the most successful and lucrative of all the local villages, and its Chief was a contented, confident, and congenial fellow who went by the name of Lars. Like most contented, confident, and congenial fellows, Lars thought he was secure because he thought he was successful. And his villagers thought the same, for if Lars was secure, they too, therefore, were secure. Or so they all thought. This is the story of the rise and fall, and then the rise and fall again, of Lars, one Chief who just didn't get it. In essence, this is the story of most Chiefs, but we pick on Lars, because he really screwed up a good thing. Now, Lars had not always been the Chief of Village-By-The-Sea. Like most hardworking and ambitious young men, Lars had started as a Scout and worked his way up the ladder to become the EVH (Executive Vice Hunter) of a previous village called Village-By-The-Cliff. As the EVH of Village-By-The-Cliff, Lars was thus responsible for his Hunters bringing in the Buffalo to feed the rest of the village. He was a Hunt-a-holic and spent even his leisure hours thinking of new ways to track and kill the herd of Buffalo. His 50-hour weeks soon became 80-hour weeks, and he spent so much time consumed with the Hunt that he rarely spent any time in the Village (like most good Hunters), so he wasn't aware of what was happening in the Village-By-The-Cliff. Then one day, Lars and his Hunters returned from their pursuit of Buffalo to find the Village-By-The-Cliff a desolate ruin of charred rubble (to be then called Village-By-The-Rubble). Only a handful of Villagers were left, and they were wandering around the blazing carnage with their dazed heads to the sky. The old Chief was gone, as was the majority of the population. Wolves were everywhere as were the screaming Scavengers, who were circling the scene of destruction with smirks of self-satisfaction. Lars was stunned. "What went wrong? How could we have gotten to this point?" In anger, he gathered his Hunters and the remaining Villagers in a group and told them of his plan to create a new village, and they all shouted, "We shall make a commitment to success! We shall make a commitment to success!" Satisfied, Lars turned back to the Village-By-The-Rubble and proclaimed loudly to the sneering Wolves and Scavengers, "This will never happen again!"
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