Organizational Flexibility

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What is Organizational Flexibility

Organizational Flexibility is the main capability that enables organizations to face environmental fluctuations, as it makes them more responsive to change. The literature on organizational change considers flexibility to be one of the dynamic capabilities through which organizations tackle change (Wright & Snell, 1998; Zajac et al, 2000). Flexibility has been defined as an entity’s ability to change its policies, practices or procedures quickly and easily to adapt to the diverse and changing demands of the environment (Rowe &Wright, 1997).[1]

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