Work doesn’t necessarily happen inside/with institutions to make that dent. Nearly 50% of US workers today are doing some kind of freelance work. And, today, connected individuals can now do what once only large centralized organizations could.
In this article, Polly LaBarre discusses the lingering notion in the business world :
There is a lingering notion in the world of business and beyond that organizations are things with four walls, that employees are people who report to work inside them every day for years on end, that work is a matter of executing on defined “KPIs,” and that success is a product of climbing ladders and exerting an ever-greater span of control. But the fact is, we’re in the midst of a great reshuffling of the talent deck.
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