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INTRODUCTION True to its description the storming phase was truly a test for me as well as our company It had the potential to rip our company apart However our company was mature enough to settle our conflict of ideas and passions and through this process I found that Ive learned a few valuable lessons that I will share with you below DESCRIPTION On September 19 2001 the day after the service groups in our Management 101 class got a chance to present their service ideas to a stakeholder panel was the day that I switched coalition I was part of the service coalition that wanted to donate the proceeds from our business project to the American Red Cross However due to a lack of a direct service idea I felt that I could no longer contribute to this cause Up until this point our companys only business idea was fleece hats When we were getting ready to leave the forum that day Professor Miller asked the class if anyone had any announcements for their company Anna from our company announced that her coalition needed help because they were not for the fleece hats idea but needed help coming up with alternatives I knew at that moment that I had found a new coalition worthy of my time I went up to Anna as we filter out of the forum and told her that I wanted to be in her coalition She was glad that I wanted to join the coalition and told me that they might meet at 330 and that Lorenza might call her and she in turn would call me Kimmie who was in my first strategy team told me that she was also joining the same coalition and to call her if we were going to meet I was excited that I was now in a business coalition My interests were always aimed towards business but because I felt so strongly
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