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Al

This is a fascinating article on a similar topic (personal ambition) that came out a year or two ago.

http://www.fastcompany.com/online/39/brilliant.html

The subject of the article, Larry Brilliant, is now the CEO of Google.org, the philanthropic arm of Google (last I checked, at least)

Mark Shead

Imagine a bunch of people holding on to a circular piece of rope. They have to hold it tight to keep the circle, but they also want to move. It is much easier if they all agree on the same direction.

When an organization is going in multiple directions effort gets wasted pulling on each other.

The real key is defining a direction that is big enough that it can define the actions for an entire company, but focused enough that it will help weed out activities that don't add value.

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