The Corporate Lattice
- Achieving High Performance in the Changing World of Work
- Narrated by: Erik Synnestvedt
- Length: 5 hrs and 21 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-17-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: Gildan Media, LLC
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Today’s companies have fewer hierarchical layers. The nature of work is also more virtual, collaborative, and transparent than at any previous time. Information flows move every which way, shifting from top-down to all-in. And the workforce is forever altered, too. Sweeping changes in expectations across backgrounds, experiences, generations, and gender are challenging long-held, inflexible beliefs about the relationship between work and life—and the very meaning of success.
These transformations, observe Cathleen Benko and Molly Anderson, are also upending the ways people advance along their career paths. Careers zig and zag. Work is what you do, not where you go. The traditional corporate ladder, firmly rooted in the industrial era, proffers a one-size-fits-all view of the world of work. In this audiobook, the authors argue, convincingly, that a lattice model is better suited to today’s global business environment.
The Corporate Lattice provides a framework to help organizations transform how careers are built, how work is done, and how participation is fostered. The corporate lattice model offers leaders a strategic approach to making the most of the shifting landscape by:
Recognizing that there is no longer a universal view of success but rather a multiplicity of ways to grow and contribute
Challenging traditional models that pit high performance and career-life fit as opposing forces
Providing a cost-effective, systematic method to deliver more individualized and engaging work experiences
Offering much more than theory, the authors illustrate the lattice model using rich, in-depth case studies of exemplars, including Cisco and Thomson Reuters.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By DP on 07-14-11
I admit this review is biased in that whilst I found the material useful, I was severely put off by the narrator - Erik - who read every sentence in the same way 99% of the time. It started out normally, but ended quickly and on a higher tone. Every. Single. Sentence. Read. Like. A. Hockey. Stick.
I wish I could rate the narrator...or at least blacklist a narrator from being purchased again.
Audible, please take note.