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working one’s way up  승진하다

to make progress in a process or structure

예문) “He started as an office junior and worked his way up through the company to become
a director.

 

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“He started as an office junior and worked his way up through the company to become a director.”

-3월호 아티클, “Who’s Got Those Top Jobs?” 중에서

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The organization Man 조직인(간)

“-The Organization Man is bestselling book by William H. Whyte, originally published by Simon & Schuster in 1956. It is considered one of the most influential books on management ever written

-a person who subordinates his personal life to the demands of the organization he works

-While employed by Fortune Magazine, Whyte did extensive interviews with the CEOs of major American corporations such as General Electric and Ford. A central tenet of the book is that average Americans subscribed to a collectivist ethic rather than to the prevailing notion of rugged individualism. A key point made was that people became convinced that organizations and groups could make better decisions than individuals, and thus serving an organization became logically preferable to advancing one’s individual creativity. The author felt this was counterfactual and listed a number of examples of how individual work and creativity can produce better outcomes than collectivist processes. He observed that this system led to risk-averse executives who faced no consequences and could expect jobs for life as long as they made no egregious missteps.”

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“The 20 companies that have been in the Fortune 100 since 1980—the most firmly established of the great corporations—still had at least one foot in the Organization Man era even in 2011.”

– 3월호 아티클, “Who’s Got Tose Top Jobs?” 중에서

 

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