Moving Up (Or Moving Out)

We’re all familiar with the typical single-elimination tournament bracket: 16 becomes eight, which becomes four and then two until only one remains standing–the champion. Now let’s turn the bracket 90 degrees counter-clockwise to produce the typical hierarchical organizational structure–a pyramid with 16 positions at the base (or front line), and one position at the peak (the boss). The Roles Of Organizations Some agencies pride themselves as being the “proving ground” for staff members that, by design, leave those agencies to …


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