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 Peter Cappelli - “In the 1950s, about a quarter of corporate executives died before they hit 65 so they died in office. There was a notion that you better get out by 65 if you want a retirement. Now, people are living longer and they're also living healthier. People don't have to retire so they say the heck with it. You see these founding CEO-type folks hanging around forever.”
 Peter Cappelli - “The long-term question is how many of these successes you can have, and at what pace, ... It wouldn't surprise me at all if they don't come in a steady stream. We may be experiencing one of those paradigm breaks right now in which we settle down to a lower need for information technology.”
 Peter Cappelli - “There's no labor shortage coming,”
 Peter Cappelli - “In the 1950s, about a quarter of corporate executives died before they hit 65, so they died in office. There was a notion that you better get out by 65 if you want a retirement. Now, people are living longer and they're also living healthier. People don't have to retire so they say the heck with it. You see these founding CEO-type folks hanging around forever.”
 Peter Cappelli - “It shows there is something fundamentally wrong at the organization.”
 Peter Cappelli - “If you were on the board of directors of a company and you got results like this, ... you would lean on the managers to fix the problem or get rid of them.”
 Peter Cappelli - “The best a company can honestly do is give workers a glimpse of where the company is headed and how they might fit into it.”