When we think about agility in the workplace, it can be tempting to picture the doctors on television shows like Grey’s Anatomy that begin their day examining a toenail infection, then doing a major surgery, before delivering a baby in an elevator.
But being an agile worker doesn’t mean you need to be ready to do every task under the sun. Agility means you can change when the needs of your organization or marketplace change.
And making sure your organization is agile doesn’t mean you only hire people who do everything. In many cases, you’ll always need people with specialized skills. An agile organization means that you need to look for people who are willing to learn, change and grow.
Here’s how you can help your people be ready to adapt.
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