For all of those who claim that we need to get better at change management, this expert has some bad news for you: You can’t actually manage organizational change. The solution? We need to think about change from the outside in.
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The world is changing, and so is the way we work. Agile and asynchronous remote teams are the key to finding and retaining top talent, who should be judged by their results—not their attendance.
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