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staff --> supervisor --> manager --> sr manager -->
AVP --> CIO / CTO
prorammer trainee > junior programmer > mid-level programmer > senior software developer > lead developer (i'm here now, after almost 5 years)
then, save and invest early, then retire early as a multi-millionaire... don't want to climb the corporate ladder, rather i'll retire early as multi-millionaire and let me harvest the fruits of my investments -> LOI (living on interest)
The top management took a glimpse of our everyday work. They saw how the Project Managers and Consultants work. Now they are considering to redundante the PMs.
May I make some comments?
1. There are jobs and companies in which the saturation point is much, much higher than 50,000. So choosing this option really isn't that bad. It really depends on your priorities and your specific situation.
2. If you're aiming to climb the high tiers of the corporate ladder for money, fame and prestige, I can guarantee you that you won't get very far. Since you've been given an opportunity to take on an influential leadership post already, I suggest you begin by reading "The Secret" by Ken Blanchard to set your mind on the correct path when it comes to leadership and management.
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I'm not contented to stay on being a senior member. It's just that kung experience lang ang magiging habol ko sa pagtanggap ng manger position, magdadalawang-isip muna ako since pwede ko rin naman makuha ang experience at basic skillset ng isang manager kahit na hinid ko tanggapin ang offer. To answer the question, hindi ako manghihinayang regardless kung mas bata o mas matanda ang ipapalit sa lead/supervisor/manager/etc. ko if the person was chosen after proper selection and screening. That person deserves it. Whether if I perform better than him/her is also out of the question.
A lead is not necessarily the best among the team.
Magkaiba ang skill set ng manager at skill set ng individual contributor. If you were performing excellently as a team member, it's not a guarantee that you will be made a manager.There are even instances na why in the world I have this boss? I could even perform better than him.
Also, seniority does not dictate promotions.
I really recommend that you guys read "The Secret" by Ken Blanchard. Para maliwanagan kayo kung ano talaga yung role ng mga manager sa organization. Hint: hindi sila taga-bantay, hindi sila taga-utos.
halos gusto sa top management...
What's up with "The Secret"?
Its more of "mind conditioning", and its applicable to all sort of matters in life. ah, iba *** na "The Secret" ang alam ko... hehehe
Last edited by percy_jackson; Apr 30, 2012 at 10:57 AM.
^ Basahin mo na lang. Kahit hindi ka manager ngayon, useful pa rin siya.
Clue: No, it's not about mind games and using mind tricks to make people do what you want.
^ San ba makakabili nyan yung dito lang satin? Nakita ko Amazon e, baka mahal ang shipping.
yung "The Secrets" na libro at movie, tingin tingin lang sa net, lalo na sa torrent
If your current venture fails and you were prudent enough to set aside some resources so that you'd be able to bounce back up, then you would be able to use the wisdom from your failed venture and hopefully improve your next.
Alternatively, you might choose to work in an office environment again for a few years, mag ipon ng pera, and then try your hand again with a new venture.
Of course, I'm not saying it's easy. Madali lang magsabi ng "try and try again" pag nagsusulat sa forum, but I do realize that it's harder done than said. There will be a lot of hardship and sacrifices to be made, but do look forward to getting a good reward for perseverance.