fbpx
Menu Close

Using dynamic work design

John Loker

There doesn’t have to be a trade-off between efficiency and flexibility in work design. You can have both if you know how.

The ever-increasing pace of change means organisations, from corporations to startups, need to be flexible, fast and adaptable, write Nelson P Repenning, Don Kieffer and James Repenning for MIT Sloan Management Review. The authors use examples from Toyota’s manufacturing processes and agile software development to illustrate a new framework that offers both efficiency and flexibility: “dynamic work design”.

THE ALLURE OF AGILE

Please log in or take a free two month subscription to continue reading
Credits:
Source Article: A New Approach To Designing Work
Author(s): Nelson P Repenning, Don Kieffer and James Repenning