The Shift

The Shift by Lynda Gratton is an interesting book. Yes, I agree that the future of work is already there. Japan work ways are changing. Three unique Japanese management styles, such as Life-time employment, seniority wage system, and corporate union, have gone with the collapse of bubble economy in the 1990s. I think our Japanese are  searching for new ways of working. More variety of working styles will be acceptable in the near future. In my case, I have created my career path like calyon tree as my heart dictated for the past fifteen years.

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