"Apart from the revelation of a declining web and mobile audience, there are several other aspects of the report worth noting. The first is the constant allusion to perpetual catfights between the two sides of the organization – the journalists and the business people – as if neither recognized they are engaged in a war of mutually assured destruction or that their real enemies lurk outside their building."

Mike Moritz, “What the New York Times Could Have Been

If you see this kind of unproductive infighting in your company, figure out how to capture it and turn it into positive forward movement or watch your company slowly die.