A Tale of 'O' on being different

United States, 1979

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Rosabeth Moss Kanter (narrator) explores the consequences of being different. It focuses on a group where there are ‘the many’, referred to as the ‘X’s‘ and ‘the few’, referred to as the ‘O’s’. What makes a person an X or an O?

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Barry A. Stein

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