• 12/5/2013
  • 3:00 PM
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Organizational models today are shifting from hierarchical to flat. Careers are no longer an upward trajectory, but more likely to be a series of experiences, projects and development opportunities. But, a lack of awareness around the new flat organization dynamics is resulting in a perceived lack of opportunities for career movement within companies, and frustration among employees and leaders.

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Career advancement looks different today as well. Lateral movements, stretch assignments, and team-based work are increasingly the norm for employees rather than upward career moves. Research indicates that the practice of “job-hopping” and working for organizations in 1-2 year stints is not only on the rise, but it is associated with increased job fulfillment because it allows experimentation with a variety of roles, industries and professions.