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Agility Requires Fragility: Why We Must Embrace Science And Humanity In The Future Of Work

Every Board room I sit in lately, there is reference to the concept of agility.

“We need to be more agile,” C-Suite members say often, “The business is aiming for agility,” says HR Leaders. When we probe on what the concept of agility means, however, we rarely find consistent answers. Further, in discussions, we find agility is often confused with speed of operation or foregoing of organizational structure.

It is critical we acknowledge the birth place of agility and understand how we can best utilize its purpose.

Continue reading the original article here on Forbes.

Date

  • 14 October 2019

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