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The hard side of Facebook's acquisition of Karma, the data transfer, is relatively easy. The soft side is harder and where Mark Zuckerberg, Sheryl Sandberg et al need to focus their best efforts if they want to take full advantage of Karma developers’ mobile experience sensitivities. Karma without its Karma is valuable. But Karma’s Karma can take Facebook to a whole different level – if they can transfer it.

The organizations' leaders must create something new together. The game in this case is about building a network of productive relationships. This is going to require thoughtful alignment of values and strengths. Everyone involved is going to need to invest in getting to know each other.

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