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Why you need to be T-shaped

Why you need to be T-shaped: Handling Workplace Change as an Employee
Why you need to be T-shaped: Handling Workplace Change as an Employee

Learn about width and depth of knowledge – try to be a jack-of-all-trades and master of one. It's not secure to have only one narrow speciality, which might become obsolete. But it also can be dangerous not to have any specialities. The same goes for customers – have lots of customers, not just one, and don't depend on one large one.

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