June 2002
Financial Executive;Jun2002, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p14
Academic Journal
The article looks at the importance of leaders within agile workplaces. Agile workplaces are defined as a form of organizational structure in which employees and managers have access to shared knowledge and communications which transcend the organizational chart. Key traits of these workplace communities are discussed, including the emergence rather than appointment of leaders, efficiency, and high speed of information.


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