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The Non-Linear Organization Chart

Companies invest an insurmountable time in their Organizational Charts. They are a badge of honor showing who reports to who and how the order of things comes to be. As soon as we start our careers, the goal becomes a game of trying to get from the bottom to the top.

Or so we’re told.

But it’s Wrong.

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Software Architect, Developer, Author and Leader helping organizations build scalable software delivery teams and implement cloud-based solutions

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