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Chuck, Good article and yes (to a point) I agree with your premise; but as is the case with most things this is pretty nuanced topic. Companies NEED BOTH the superstar and the steady employee who focuses on the non-glamorous things that still need to be done -- the "blocking and tackling" so to speak activities. They need longer term employees with history and they need new thinking. The most successful teams typically have a mix -- everyone knowing their role. Some superstars but also some "tenured employees" as you mention here. Remember the Fab five from Michigan basketball in the early 90's? They never won a championship.

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