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The importance of building T-shaped employees

In 2019, one of the terms we are going to hear more about is the ‘T-shaped employee’.The term T-shaped employee was popularised a couple of years ago by Tim Brown, the CEO of the IDEO, a California design firm known for its innovative practices.A T-shaped employee is an individual who has deep knowledge and skills in a particular area, along with a willingness and ability to make connections across disciplines. The horizontal bar of the T represents the ability to collaborate across disciplines…See More
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The importance of building T-shaped employees

In 2019, one of the terms we are going to hear more about is the ‘T-shaped employee’.The term T-shaped employee was popularised a couple of years ago by Tim Brown, the CEO of the IDEO, a California design firm known for its innovative practices.A T-shaped employee is an individual who has deep knowledge and skills in a particular area, along with a willingness and ability to make connections across disciplines. The horizontal bar of the T represents the ability to collaborate across disciplines…See More
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The importance of building T-shaped employees

Posted on May 1, 2019 at 16:51 0 Comments

In 2019, one of the terms we are going to hear more about is the ‘T-shaped employee’.

The term T-shaped employee was popularised a couple of years ago by Tim Brown, the CEO of the IDEO, a California design firm known for its innovative practices.

A T-shaped employee is an individual who has deep knowledge and skills in a particular area, along with a willingness and ability to make connections across disciplines. The horizontal bar of the T represents the ability to collaborate…

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