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You Can Go Your Own Way: There are as many ways to get work done as there are workers.

Stepping into the brave new world of work demands a shift of culture and mindset: Managers need to be confident enough to liberate their teams to work in ways that work best, which is frequently not the old way. Employees need to take on greater responsibility for delivering results, without the boss checking their every move. And senior leaders need to be the driving force, so that key functions and business units work together rather than pull in different directions.

Stepping into the brave new world of work therefore demands a shift of culture and mindset: Managers need to be confident enough to liberate their teams to work in ways that works best, which is frequently not the old way. Employees need to take on greater responsibility for delivering results, without the boss checking their every move. And senior leaders need to be the driving force, so that key functions and business units work together rather than pull in different directions. - See more at: http://tcbreview.com/tcbr-human-capital/you-can-go-your-own-way.html#sthash.JhcatPzK.dpuf

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