In a world where everyone's expected to be a specialist, there's a gaping hole crying out for generalists. It takes a wise head to be able to step out of your own specialization to offer something to others who may need some help. Five or ten years ago, you could be an expert in one area and hope to cut out a career doing just that. Today, that's no longer the case—except for maybe in very large organizations. Have a look at the job ads and you might be shocked at the ...

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