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The Effective Contributor

“The most common cause of [contributor] failure is the inability or unwillingness to change with the demands of a new position. The [contributor] who keeps on doing what the has done successfully before he moved is almost bound to fail.” — The Effective Executive, page 58

“The focus on contribution counteracts one of the basic problems of a [contributor]: the confusion and chaos of events and their failure to indicate by themselves which is meaningful and which is merely noise.”- The Effective Executive, page 70

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