First, meetiractive, movies are not. You can interrupt someoring a meeting and say, "I think you should reconsider your decision. . . . " But you can't interrupt an actor on the screen and say, "Don't go into the house, you knucklehead. You're going to get your head lopped off!" When you go to a movie, you are a passive observer, not a participant.
- PROBLEM #1: LACK OF DRAMA
- from Death by Meeting: A Leadership Fable . . . About Solving the Most Painful Problem in Business
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: March 2004
This is a bit confusing. Would you care to correct the scan here so that it is abundantly clear, or not, and just make people think harder?
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