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In 1983, searching for a way to illustrate his principles, William O. Lytle and management consulting firm Block Petrella Weisbord's Marvin R. Weisbord invented "The Flying Starship Factory" to demonstrate the benefits of transforming traditional work systems to high-performance workplaces. It was essential the the resulting simulation be both compelling and adaptable to various timeframes in order to capture the attention of workers at all levels.
Thousands of people all over the world have benefited from their Starship experience and continually prove the today's The Flying Starship, renamed to include all types of organizations, is a powerful vehicle for today's businesses to prepare for changes in work environments.
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