Today’s workers demand mobility across borders and divisions and in how they use their time. Brynne Kennedy, founder of Topia, a business-trend consulting firm, says that any business can become flatter, more fluid and faster with careful planning. Kennedy’s road map for change management rests on three pillars: a talent marketplace, a global management system and continuous learning. Though she wrote her book before the coronavirus shutdowns, it is a comprehensive guide to worker mobility and contemporary preferences. Your workers are on the move. It’s time to move with them.
About the Author
Topia founder Brynne Kennedy is a member of TechNet, a network of business leaders who work to promote the growth of innovation. Based in California, she is a 2020 candidate for Congress.
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