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Mass Career Customization: Aligning the Workplace with Today's Nontraditional Workforce

Cathleen Benko, Anne Weisberg

As the working population shrinks, maintaining industry advantage will depend largely on keeping employees engaged and connected. "Mass Career Customization" provides a framework for organizational adaptability that will do just that.

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Book Information

Publisher: Harvard Business School Press
Publish Date: 08/20/2007
Pages: 230
ISBN-13: 9781422110331
ISBN-10: 1422110338
Language: English

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The Corporate Lattice

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As a follow up to her book Mass Career Customization, Cathleen Benko and Molly Anderson have teamed up to present The Corporate Lattice: Achieving High Performance in the Changing World of Work. As outlined in MCC, the world of work is changing, not only for companies, but also for individuals: personal values, diversity, and skills are being viewed differently than they once were, and it's changing the structure of people's lives. Because of these factors, more people aren't necessarily "climbing the ladder" like they once were. READ FULL DESCRIPTION

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Far-reaching changes in attitudes and family structures have been redefining the workforce for more than two decades--yet the workplace has remained much the same. During this time, many companies have learned that personalizing the customer experience is good for business. In Mass Career Customization, the authors argue convincingly to extend this popular and profitable concept to the workplace. This book is centered on the powerful insight that career options in today's economy need to accommodate the rising and falling phases of employee engagement as it changes over time. The remarkable process unveiled in this book offers choices involving four important dimensions of career progression: role; pace; location and schedule; and workload. As the working population shrinks, maintaining industry advantage will depend largely on keeping employees engaged and connected. Mass career customization provides a framework for organizational adaptability that will do just that.

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