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Home > News & Views > In the Press > Berkeley’s Hadley Baldwin writes to The Economist about the ‘promotion curse’
In a letter published in The Economist, Berkeley’s Hadley Baldwin responds to a recent article which challenged the value of promotions and the traditional hierarchy that exists within organisations. Hadley outlines his agreement of the problems that promotions can cause within the management consulting profession, and explains how The Berkeley Partnership enables consultants to focus on doing the best job they can for the client while developing the skills that actually attracted them to the profession in the first place.
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