Many times when we (myself included) speak about the future of work, the conversations tend to skew toward larger companies. However, the reality is that smaller companies are actually poised to do quite well when we think about the changing workplace. They can move fast and are agile when it comes to change. Smaller organizations are able to get access to the same type of technologies that were once reserved for larger companies, they can find the best talent
by utilizing the freelancer economy to help drive and shape their business, and they can do a much b
letter job of avoiding office politics and bureaucracy.
The future of work favors small, adaptable organizations. The key to becoming a true competitor with bigger businesses is to take action and advantage of new resources instead of standing idle and complacent as the future of work evolves. I talk about this in more detail in the video below.
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