Duplication is the biggest myth of them all. Just do what your leaders are doing and you to will be successful. When you stop to think about this, it's impossible for anyone to duplicate exactly what someone else is doing. Now you can certainly do some of the things that person is doing, but not all.
Alan Kaplan notes, The variables from one person to the next are too vast and uncertain. One guy may have a much more entrepreneurial work ethic than the next. One person may be working part-time vs. another working full time. One person may have a larger marketing budget than the next. Duplication can only be applied to the task, but the results of the tasks can very rarely be duplicated exactly from one person to the next.
Don't focus on duplication, but rather having your teams maximize what they do have. Don't expect the same out of every person; work with each person as an individual and you'll get the most from everyone.
Rick Clifton - Clifton Web Group