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The 9 box model explained | change-effect

Shared from on 15 September 2014

"The nine box model exists in most companies. Some have twelve, some have sixteen. Because they’re greedy. You may not know it, but each year you’re being evaluated and put in to a box on a grid. And each box has a definition. Here’s what they say. And what they really mean:"

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The 9 box model explained | change-effect

Shared from on 15 September 2014

"The nine box model exists in most companies. Some have twelve, some have sixteen. Because they’re greedy. You may not know it, but each year you’re being evaluated and put in to a box on a grid. And each box has a definition. Here’s what they say. And what they really mean:"

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Leading Light: What happens when the world changes?

Shared from on 19 August 2014

"Once the confidents to the Chola Kings,  the Chettiars (or Nagarathars as they prefer to be called) were a significant force in establishing India as a primary player in international trade during the early centuries of"

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Leading Light: Spicing things up a bit

Shared from on 19 August 2014

"It was the lure of spices that first attracted traders from Europe to seek a route to India - Vasco da Gama, from Portugal, was the first to reach the continent in 1498. Similarly, given my family's love for spicy"

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Leading Light: Spicing things up a bit

Shared from on 19 August 2014

"It was the lure of spices that first attracted traders from Europe to seek a route to India - Vasco da Gama, from Portugal, was the first to reach the continent in 1498. Similarly, given my family's love for spicy"

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