Corporate chiropractors

Great article from Seth Godin on the need for an architect in your company. It's essential to have someone who can rise above the separate groups, departments, data sources, managers and ideas and pull them into a cohesive strategy.

My friend Jerry calls these people corporate chiropractors. They don't do surgery, they realign and recognize what's out of place.

Organizational architects know how to find suppliers, use the cloud (of people, of data, of resources), identify freelancers, tie together disparate resources and weave them into a business that scales. You either need to become one or hire one.

The organizations that matter are busy being run by people who figure out what to do next.

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