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to help you better serve it are done in a timely and efficient  manner. It does no good to have your best workers   servicing   other   commands   if   they   are constantly being frustrated by a lack of cooperation on the other end. Liaison is a two-way street, and the smoother the coordination between each command, the better  the  personnel  who  really  need  the  help  are serviced. SUMMARY This chapter emphasized office organization and management.    Their  importance  to  command  mission cannot  be  overstated.  Your  understanding  of  both  the mission and the people that contribute to its success is an integral element to your success as a manager. Lastly, it  is  important  for  you  to  remember  that  in  office management  the  key  is  involvement. 14-10

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