A 2E4-time algorithm for MAX-CUT by Kulikov A. S.

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Who’ll Choose the Direction? The harder you throw, the faster the ball, The higher it flys the greater the fall So make sure you know . . when making your throw . . In which direction it should go! GERTRUDE LAYTON 50 CHAPTER 3 | Myths and Misconceptions Figure 3-1 Change agents lead the way. Change agents are leaders who make change happen. They are people who believe in their own ability to attain the goals as well as motivating others to stretch themselves and reach to attain the goals. Thus, not only do they embrace change, but they help others overcome their resistance to change.

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Let’s see how it can and has been done. Do You Resist Change? Like Peter, we’ve all resisted change. ”9 change. Many people will not want to change their familiar methods and there will be power struggles and resistance. Resistance will be expressed in the form of excuses. Some excuses you may hear are: 1. I don’t have the time. 2. Our data are sensitive so we can’t share it. 3. Our VP does not believe in data warehousing. Who’ll Choose the Direction? 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 49 We’ve always done things this way.

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