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Unformatted text preview: Adam Goit Joe Blank BUS M 390 3/15/11 Stealing the Intangible Logan had recently graduated from Santa Clara University in California. He had a little experience in the workplace from his internship and from the year that he work in between finishing his undergraduate degree and starting the MBA program. From this limited work experience, Logan thought he was prepared to handle the challenges of his career. Logan had recently gotten hired at a local tech firm in the San Francisco Bay Area. He was excited to have landed a great job so quickly after he graduated and he was eager to prove he was an asset to his new company. This first week or so, Logan had lunch by himself because he did not know anyone yet. Logan worked in the accounting department and found himself asking for help quite a bit; this lead to new friends within the company. After a couple weeks, Logans new friends began inviting him out to lunch. Logan was excited and grateful for the invitation because the accountants often helped each other and Logan...
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course BUSMGT 390 taught by Professor Ellertson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.
- Winter '11