alarming for college grads entering the workforce. this is definitely an issue  to be considered when choosing where to start your career - organizations can’t afford a flat structure like this.
company’s not investing in your professional development aren’t worth you investing your energy. overrated.
amexopenforum:


A flat organization may also be the kiss of death for those who are inclined to upward mobility. It’s not unusual for young professionals, for example, to languish for years in the junior ranks because their managers aren’t moving, so neither are they.

There are both pros and cons of a classically structured organization. Where does you company fall? Is it the right fit for your employees?
(via Are Hierarchies a Thing of the Past?)

alarming for college grads entering the workforce. this is definitely an issue  to be considered when choosing where to start your career - organizations can’t afford a flat structure like this.

company’s not investing in your professional development aren’t worth you investing your energy. overrated.

amexopenforum:

A flat organization may also be the kiss of death for those who are inclined to upward mobility. It’s not unusual for young professionals, for example, to languish for years in the junior ranks because their managers aren’t moving, so neither are they.

There are both pros and cons of a classically structured organization. Where does you company fall? Is it the right fit for your employees?

(via Are Hierarchies a Thing of the Past?)

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