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Tom Spears
Author of Leverage, Incentivize and other Corporate Thrillers
Author of Leverage, Incentivize and other Corporate Thrillers
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Just found this great apparel company with a decidedly anti-corporate attitude.  Their motto?  "Go Slow"  Gotta love it.

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Making yet another change in career direction -- but this time it's "back to the future."  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/writing-journal/2015/6/15/and-a-time-for-every-purpose-under-heaven

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oes just "doing your job" hurt your employer?  In most cases, the answer is yes.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/2015/6/15/classic-corporate-inefficiency-anonymity

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If you're conducting a job search, examining your own past is the best way to find the right match.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/2015/6/11/before-the-job-search-childhood-reflections

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We can learn from history, but sometimes large corporations can become history's slave.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/2015/6/8/classic-corporate-inefficiency-history

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Are employees at large companies more risk averse?  Yes, and it hampers their effectiveness terribly.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/2015/5/24/classic-corporate-inefficiency-risk-aversion

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You CAN be friends with your boss/subordinates, and doing so can be a force multiplier.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/w9s74jnlwq484m1xxc43wc0gr5ws07

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When you're boss has credibility, it opens up a world of possibilities for you.  https://tomspears.squarespace.com/corporate-politics/2015/5/13/great-boss-having-credibility
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