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What People Are Saying About The Corporate Lattice

The Corporate Lattice Now available online and in stores, The Corporate Lattice has received critical acclaim from business and thought leaders across a wide variety of fields.


"Cathy Benko and Molly Anderson have produced a landmark book that should be read and reread by anyone who cares about improving corporate performance. It argues persuasively that the old corporate ladder metaphor is dead. What has emerged in its place is the corporate lattice, which is flatter and more collaborative and in tune with the changing workplace and workforce. You will find yourself nodding in agreement with the analysis of this new world and taking notes on what to do about it. This is a book that will have a profound and positive impact. I recommend it highly."

-Anne Mulcahy
Chairman, Xerox Corporation


"The right model for the times. Lattice takes on worn-out corporate ladder assumptions and convincingly argues that the workplace must adopt more nimble ways to engage its people. (This book illuminates a much-needed path forward, showing organizations how to tap into each individual’s performance power to achieve exceptional bottom-line results."

-Marshall Goldsmith
World-renowned executive coach and New York Times best-selling author


"The war for talent will never end. Victory will go to those organizations that solve the high performance and career-life quagmire. This book, a sequel to Mass Career Customization, moves beyond theory to everyday practice. It describes how the lattice has been made to work in real companies with great success. Anyone responsible for driving results should read this book."

-Shelly Lazarus
Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide


"Read this book immediately if you want to crack the code on how to build and sustain a truly engaged, diverse workforce. A fascinating read with stunning data; it’s chock full of pragmatic ideas and evocative examples."

-John Seely Brown
Former Chief Scientist, Xerox Corporation; co-author of The Social Life of Information and The Power of Pull

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