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Herding cats

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Herding cats may refer to:

  • An idiom denoting a futile attempt to control or organize a class of entities which are inherently uncontrollable—as in the difficulty of attempting to command individual cats into a group (herd).
  • (Managing people is like) Herding Cats: Warren Bennis on leadership, by Warren Bennis, first published 1 January 1997 by Executive Excellence Publishing, Provo UT.
  • Herding Cats, or Cat Herders, a commercial from Electronic Data Systems, 2000
  • Herding Cats: A Primer for Programmers Who Lead Programmers, by J. Hank Rainwater, first published 2002 by Apress, Berkeley CA
  • Herding Cats: A Life in Politics, a 2005 book written by United States Senator Trent Lott
  • Herding Cats (album) (1999), the second album by the band Gaelic Storm
  • Herding Cats, a play by Lucinda Coxon
  • Herding Cats, a book by Graeme Davies, metallurgist and university administrator
  • Herding Cats: Multiparty Mediation in a Complex World, a book by Chester Crocker, diplomat
  • Herding Cats: A "Sarah's Scribbles" Collection, a book by Sarah Andersen, cartoonist

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