CIO Career Advice From The Future
How to start a revolution at work by flattening the org, taking part in hackathons, and listening to rap music.
That's my completely scientific conclusion after compiling the chart below, which shows the number of Google search results for "letter to my (n)-year-old self."
Nobel Prize, here I come.
The takeaway: Any letter that you write to your 30-year-old self should refrain from sage advice and simply list winning lottery numbers.
Dear 30-year-old self (circa 1998):
Middle management is a ring of hell You're stuck there right now. And oddly, you're enjoying it. Don't get comfortable. Your long-term goal shouldn't be to retire to senior management but to flatten the org.
That's a tough goal if all you have is middle management's "soft power." Read full story on Wall Street & Technology
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