Now more than ever, organizational flexibility seems to be the key solution to adapt to new HR challenges. How can strategic flexibility effectively support your organizational performance?
First, let’s define organizational flexibility. It refers to an organization’s ability to adapt successfully. To survive, companies must adapt to competitive business environment and practices in terms of technology, structure, work organization, work relationships and human resource management all at once. Organizational flexibility goes by many names in literature: corporate responsiveness, versatility, organizational adaptation, etc. It consists of an adaptability to a constraint, an event or an environment that allows the organization to act quickly and stay ahead of the competition in terms of innovative performance.