Have a Dead-End Job? You’re a Dead-End Person

Have a Dead-End Job? You’re a Dead-End Person

All jobs, regardless of prospects for upward mobility, serve as a vehicle for you to become a rock star, to lead your peers, and create value through disruptive change. The moment you believe you are in a dead-end job, you believe that the only value you can derive from it is your paycheck and that this will never change. If you believe this, then you can’t rock, lead or disrupt. You’re a dead-end person.

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The Age of Individual Contribution and the Decline of Middle Management

The Age of Individual Contribution and the Decline of Middle Management

Great companies are becoming much flatter, and this trend will accelerate over the next 20 years. Promotion through the ranks won’t involve managing an ever greater number of people; instead it will mean an ever greater amount of accountability for an organization’s success.

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