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• Leaders, You Can’t Achieve Agility in the Workplace Without Transparency

In my July ReWork column, I described agile work as perpetually upgraded work, constantly “becoming” something new. Every day, work becomes a little more automated, the source of talent becomes a little more boundless, the rewards become a little more immediate and non-monetary and learning becomes a little more virtual and community-led.

An Accenture report asserted that “HR will fundamentally reshape itself so that the function becomes a critical driver of agility. In this role, HR will enable a new type of organization—one designed around highly nimble and responsive talent.” I agree. But while it’s important for HR to be agile, leaders and workers have a more significant challenge (and opportunity): rethinking the very nature of their relationship.

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