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This chapter is so easy to skim because it seems too long for the message. Having read it several times I have come to conclude that there are many gems here for us.

Discuss the conditions that lead to the “freedom with fences” (the ability to be innovative and creative within certain prescribed boundaries) organization. Can the “fences” stall the very ideal the executive seeks to achieve? And if we cannot train to these ideals, but only hire to them, is there a real measure of these talents that translates into the behavior that Stephens seeks?

Read the articles to answer the question. Please No Plagerism or verbatim but you are allowed to quote from the article.Chapter 1.docx Conference 2.pdf 

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