Flight Plan

December 2001
Advisor Today;Dec2001, Vol. 96 Issue 12, p12
Trade Publication
Describes an organizational model of a flock of birds. How the lead bird directed the others to a tower; Reason for admiring the lead bird; Existence of a flock or an organization.


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