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age breaks Allen amount of communication Boundary spanning individuals boundary spanning supervisors career stages colleagues Cornell University departmental supervisor development projects engineers reporting Engineers Who Left Engineers Who Remained external linkages gatekeepers and internal Graen and Ginsburgh hypotheses impact individuals reporting influential Insert Table interaction internal liaisons interpersonal activity Katz and Tushman labora laboratory managerial positions multivariate tests non-gatekeeping supervisors organization organizational Pelz and Andrews Percentages with superscript Prior Reporting Relationship Prior Type project area project groups project members reporting project performance project subordinates project supervisors project teams promoted to managerial promotional rate Proportion of Engineers rates of project reporting to gatekeeping reporting to non-gatekeeping research or technical retention rate role significantly subordinate turnover subsequently promoted supervisory boundary spanning Task Areas technical service areas technical service projects technologies turnover and promotion turnover rates Tushman and Katz Tushman and Scanlan Vertical Communications visors young engineers young professionals younger project members