Audiobook Part 1 Draft

Job #5065

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Job # 5065 Audiobook Part 1 Draft

Posted Date
Oct 4, 2007 @ 19:14
Respond By
Oct 7, 2007
Word Count
0
Language
English
Gender
Both
Age Range
-
Category
Audiobooks

Job Description

90 pgs. to read of new business novel. Estimated 4 hours. This is to be a draft audio, opportunity for full book audiobook afterwards.

Please send demo to ellenbartholomea@aol.com

Script for demo:

The management team assembled at an offsite location very early one Wednesday morning. Michael Chamfer, Liam Geddings, and George Wagner were gathered together drinking their coffee and munching on muffins when Michael spoke up.
“So, does everybody have their personal inventory feedback?”
Both Liam and George nodded.
“Well?” prompted Michael, “is anyone going to share?”
“They told us not to share until after the first session, but I bet I know where you guys are already!” said George.
Michael said, “I trust Joe, but this seems out of character for him. A lot of the sales and manufacturing people are pretty uncomfortable not knowing what this meeting is all about.”
Liam said, “Well, I think it will be well worth the discomfort if it helps our teams perform better.”
George interrupted. “I’m having trouble understanding how simply indicating that I think a certain way ‘consistently over a long period of time’ is going to help us execute better.”
“Don't forget all those other questions that we answered,” Liam chimed in. “Questions like, ’Do we feel that we consistently outperform the competition?’ and ‘Are development projects cross-functional?’ I mean, what are we going to do with those?”
“I remember being asked, ‘Do we benchmark against standards and exceed them?’ and ‘Do we tend to look outside for talent?’” added Michael.
George completed their list. “And don't forget the others like ‘Have we increased our cost-cutting initiatives’ or ‘Have we stepped up our marketing initiatives?’”
“That’s quite a list,” concluded Liam. “The combination of those questions regarding our preferences and organizational strategy must be at the root of all of this.”
George looked at his watch and saw that it was almost 7:30. He turned to the other two, “We’re starting in five minutes, so we’d better go and sit down.” They each refilled their coffee cups and moved into the meeting room.

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