Godin asserts that there are now three categories of people in every workplace: management, labor, and linchpins. These linchpins, he explains, are the people who connect others, who make things happen, who lead regardless of their title or position within the organization, and create organization out of chaos. He believes that these linchpins are essential pieces of great organizations--they may not be well known, but they are indispensable. Godin argues that in today's world, linchpins are so important that they get the best jobs and are given the most freedom. Godin explains how each individual can make the choices in their workday and their career that can help them become a linchpin in their organization.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
HF 5549.5 .M63 G63 2010