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    They say no two zebras have the same stripe pattern. This should hardly come as a surprise, since there are other good examples of it unique - like stars, snowflakes and fingerprints. Why not customize designs in zebra coats? I take a quick look at Wikipedia and read about why zebras have stripes that vary. It has been discovered that these patterns actually deters and used as camouflage, or even - strange - irritates the tsetse fly.
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    They say no two zebras have the same stripe pattern. This should hardly come as a surprise, since there are other good examples of it unique - like stars, snowflakes and fingerprints. Why not customize designs in zebra coats? I take a quick look at Wikipedia and read about why zebras have stripes that vary. It has been discovered that these patterns actually deters and used as camouflage, or even - strange - irritates the tsetse fly.
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    They say no two zebras have the same stripe pattern. This should hardly come as a surprise, since there are other good examples of it unique - like stars, snowflakes and fingerprints. Why not customize designs in zebra coats? I take a quick look at Wikipedia and read about why zebras have stripes that vary. It has been discovered that these patterns actually deters and used as camouflage, or even - strange - irritates the tsetse fly.
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    They say no two zebras have the same stripe pattern. This should hardly come as a surprise, since there are other good examples of it unique - like stars, snowflakes and fingerprints. Why not customize designs in zebra coats? I take a quick look at Wikipedia and read about why zebras have stripes that vary. It has been discovered that these patterns actually deters and used as camouflage, or even - strange - irritates the tsetse fly.
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    They say no two zebras have the same stripe pattern. This should hardly come as a surprise, since there are other good examples of it unique - like stars, snowflakes and fingerprints. Why not customize designs in zebra coats? I take a quick look at Wikipedia and read about why zebras have stripes that vary. It has been discovered that these patterns actually deters and used as camouflage, or even - strange - irritates the tsetse fly.
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    The Rhythm of Change       “We percieve our environment to be in a constant flux becuase we only notice the things that change.” In all actuality, many things continue to remain the same, and in fact, stability helps to form the basis for our experience. The authors noted three distinct types of change: dramatic, systematic, and organic. Each is lead by a different person or group, and each takes place at a different level in an organization. None of these types of change, however, can work in isolation. The authors, therefore, present what they refer to as a rhythm of change. Corporate revolution is led by the leader of the organization; these are the dramatic events that change a society. They are the cumulative result of small, organic actions. Corporate reform is led by staff groups and consultants within the organization; these are the cumulative effects of initiatives that amount to massive changes. While these changes are planned, they must refrain from becoming too systematic. Finally, corporate rejuvenation is led by individuals throughout the organization; these are organic efforts embedded deep within an organization that result in cultural and strategic change. They can be inadvertant, imperative, steady, or […]
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