Then he says:
The typical office is a virtual graveyard. Quiet, predictable, passionless... Management there takes the Joplins of the world out to the shed and shoots them for lunch.
Every year (this summer will be no different) bright and jet fueled kids will stream out of colleges across America and dive in what they believe will be exciting companies....
And they will find, in an awful flash, that they are locked into hardened bunkers that demand adherence to the way it is, as opposed to suggesting how it should be.
- No seniority. The most junior junior can bring ideas to the CEO.
- A chief innovator gets rid of every practice that is clogging up the system.
- Hire the company’s biggest critic and give her a real voice.
- Management answers the question: How come it’s no fun to work here?
Tell me, what's changed since 1969?