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July 15, 2009


Joe Murphy

WSJ had an article (7/15/09) about the design engineer who left the failing Detroit auto industry to return to his native China and its emerging auto industry. He knew his exodus was just one additional yet small move in the collapse of the once dominant role the US played in this huge market.

So many of the observation by Kevin and Susan reinforce the need for embracing change in the employment relationship and our mental model of what an organization looks like and how it operates.

The underlying premise of the Paradigm Shift is that the market leaders at the time of the shift may find themselves on the outside, looking in, if not gone altogether. Robert Zimmerman is still so timely: “For the times, they are a changing..”

Thanks for sharing Alise

Joseph Murphy
Shaker Consulting Group
Developers of the Virtual Job Tryout®

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