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Meaning Of T-Shaped People To Employing Companies & Resulting Products

November 26th, 2009 by Seth Kenvin

T-Shaped People, Rectangular Companies, Cubed Benefits To Our Customers

T is for “turkey”, “Thanksgiving” and, and to some, a special kind of “person”. The case for hiring & working with “T-shaped” people is one I’ve encountered a lot lately. I think it’s a good description of the sort of person with whom I most value working and engaging. If you want to know what it means, and why I think it’s so great, including for our customers, watch the video that follows this paragraph. You can even play a little game: see if you catch my mistake, revealed below the video. Also stay tuned for Shannon’s cameo at the end. In spirit of holiday, I’m thankful for him always being on-the-spot with video equipment for recording my takes. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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Seth’s mistake revealed below

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As integration among our modules rises, I don’t anticipate too many users will “write a script about the task” as I mistakenly said on-camera.  I meant more that benefits accrue when our software can allow contextual assignment of a task-about-a-script from within that script’s page instead of having to navigate away from it to a Tasks module page.

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