THE WILLIAM GOLDMAN KNIFE FIGHT: THE POLITICS OF LEADERSHIP. THE INFLUENCE OF PUBLIC RELATIONS. THE IMPORTANCE OF BRAND ALIGNMENT. THE STRATEGIC VALUE IN A COLLABORATIVE PARTNERSHIP. THE CRITICAL NEED TO PIVOT - OR TO IMPROVISE - IN THE FACE OF AN UNEXPECTED CHALLENGE. AND, OF PARAMOUNT IMPORTANCE -> THE ABILITY TO EXECUTE ON ANY IDEA THAT DRIVES PASSION AND IMPACT - PAST ANY SEEMINGLY INSURMOUNTABLE OBSTACLE -> TO CREATE AN INCONTESTABLE HUMAN EXPERIENCE & IT'S INTENDED, QUALIFIABLE, AND DESIRED RESULT. AN ICONIC NEGOTIATION BETWEEN TWO VOTING CONSTITUENCIES OF AN UNCONVENTIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS... AT PLAY (BELOW) WITH PAUL NEWMAN (AS BUTCH CASSIDY) IN THE FOLLOWING SCENE:

Knife Fight :: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969) | Director: George Roy Hill | Screenwriter: William Goldman 



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