For many leaders, work is evolving faster than their organizations can adapt: Traditional jobs are fracturing, the demands of agility are stressing the boundaries of traditional roles, and people are becoming unwilling to conform to old work structures. In an insightful article for MIT Sloan Management Review, two authorities on the future of work, human capital and organizational effectiveness offer a game plan for redesigning work to support agility.
About the Authors
Ravin Jesuthasan is a globally recognized futurist and consultant. He writes about the future of work and human capital. John Boudreau is professor emeritus at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and a senior research scientist at its Center for Effective Organizations.