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We have no dearth of opportunity in this country.

Barely ten years ago the situation was very different. At that time the gap was in opportunity. But today there is no dearth of “opportunity”, there is a gap in “capability”. There is no dearth of “graduates”, but there is a gap in terms of peoples’ […]

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Everyone has assumed hierarchical growth is the same as expertise growth of an individual. That is not true. They may or may not coincide. They are two paths. They require different orders of commitment.

If you actually look at success, the people who are truly valuable to the organization are taking the second path – […]

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Industrial organizations were built at a time where it was not necessary for people to be contributors, but people were expected to execute processes well. That is the very reason the organization was designed. The modern corporation is not designed for contributors. The corporation is designed for workers.

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“Wouldn’t this (number of contributors) also depend on the type of the organization? Like in a family owned business for example, you would strategically want more workers and less contributors, and there might be others which might be more ‘open-spaced’ organizations where you would automatically have empowered people and hence contributors.”

Yes and no, because […]

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