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1.Martinez, Barbara, Winslow, Ron, and Peterson, Andrea, “Far From Site, Employees Seek Emotional Help,” The Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2001, pp. B1, B3.
2.Powell, Ronald W., “Port Commission Earmarks Funds for Latest Airport Study,” The San Diego Union-Tribune, November 28, 2001, p. B2.
3.The military diminish people's sense of having little or no control by training in conditions of little visibility in which the unexpected is ordinary and everyone in the field adapts and initiates where they stand.
4.The Prudential Insurance Company likens itself to the Rock of Gibraltar.
5.For a full discussion of the no-consequence culture that characterizes organizations in stable conditions or those that are monopolies like government, see my book Danger in the Comfort Zone, AMACOM, NY, 1991. The paperback edition was published in 1995.
6.Useem, Jerry, “Dead Thinkers' Society,” Business 2.0, November 2001, pp. 132–134.
7.Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has described as remarkable the 1980s and 1990s acceleration of this process of creative destruction in which capital is shifted away from failing or outmoded technologies into those that are cutting edge.
8.Morris, Betsy, “White Collar Bues,” Fortune, July 23, 2001, pp. 98 –110.
9.Business 2.0, November 2001, p. 151.
10.Coy, Peter, “The New Economy: How Real Is It?,” BusinessWeek, August 27, 2001, pp. 80 –85.


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