in Blog, Business and Leadership

And neither should you.

Org charts create artificial barriers and silos between teams. And much of the time, they get in the way.

It’s irrelevant if you’re a manager or employee, or what part of the department you’re in, or whether you “should be talking to” that person who could really use your insights and advice. Just do it already, and damn the consequences.

What’s the worst that could happen? You might get fired. So what? That just means you shouldn’t have been working there in the first place.

What’s the best that could happen? You might help someone achieve a breakthrough, solve a major problem or push a project forward.

What matters is getting things done.

I’ll be up up and away, up up and away
Cause they gon’ judge me anyway so whatever

– Kid Cudi, Up Up & Away

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