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New words get added to the dictionary each year, but Adam Bryant is proposing the opposite: retiring words that no longer serve their purpose. He gives three reasons why "manager" should be first to go: No one wants to be managed, no one wants to manage, and today, the word "manager" fails to capture the need to navigate endless waves of disruption rather than follow a prescribed playbook.