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Quiz: How to negotiate office politics

By Franke James, for CNN
updated 11:11 PM EDT, Thu August 30, 2012

Author and game designer, Franke James, founded OfficePolitics.com in 2002 with the dilemma-based Office-PoliticsĀ® Game. She is the editor/author of the game book Dear Office-Politics. The quiz on CNN.com features artwork from her Dear Office-Politics book and condensed answers by Office-Politics Advisers, Erika Andersen, Rick Brandon, John Burton, Rona Maynard, Marty Seldman, Timothy Johnson and herself.

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