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Johnnie Moore

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Suppose people in future refuse to do work that doesn’t really excite them. What would be the future of organisations asks Michael Herman

So given that some things really do require large corporate-type orgs to deliver, might we end up with delicious, fantastic, sexy corporations? Or perhaps a lifelong string of on again, off again, one-year stands?

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