Advances in technology have simplified the collection and distribution of information, making it easier to abolish the role of middle managers. People in the middle used to get information from the people below, massage it and move it up to the people above. Now, computers cut out layers of communication which has changed the whole dynamic. Read more of Tom‘s recent interview with the Washington Post here.
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