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Paul Graham Article on Large and Small Organizations and Happiness

Paul Graham has just published an excellent article called “You Weren’t Meant to Have a Boss”.

He talks about many of the same ideas I have talked about on this blog, and why it’s best to work in small organizations if that is what most appeals to you, and works for your personality. This is particularly interesting because software engineers, especially Internet networking engineers are interested in scaleability. Paul Graham makes the point that large organizations don’t scale for many people; they are happier in small groups.

WARNING: If you work for a large organization, you may not want to read this article.




2 Responses to “Paul Graham Article on Large and Small Organizations and Happiness”

  1. [...] Erickson Techs » Erickson Technology Solutions wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerpt Paul Graham has just published an excellent article called “You Weren’t Meant to Have a Boss”. He talks about many of the same ideas I have talked about on this blog, and why it’s best to work in small organizations if that is what most appeals to you, and works for your personality. This is particularly interesting because software engineers, especially Internet networking engineers are interested in scaleability. Paul Graham makes the point that large organizations don’t scale for many peopl [...]

  2. Patrick says:

    Hi Paul,

    Thanks for the last two articles, I’m currently half way through Getting Real!. As a student who is running his own business + looking for a job in China in the near future, I really appreciate you writing.

    Thankyou,
    Patrick