Organisational agility is critical to business success. It has the potential to offer organisations practical solutions to meet the evolving needs of their workforce, as well as controlling operational costs and finding competitive advantage in greater customer focus and innovation. 

The findings of this research are based on a survey of HR leaders, an employee survey, focus groups and case study illustrations.

Whilst these findings are based on UK data, the broader trends and implications should be of interest wherever you are based.

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