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  • An intelligent, deeply thoughtful book that will walk you through the choices that will be critical to your people's future happiness and well-being, and by extension, to your organization's performance.

    Rita McGrath
  • We are going through a period of extraordinary change and working practices will change profoundly. Lynda's book helps us think through the implications.

    Lord Mervyn Davies, formed CEO and Chairman of Standard Chartered
  • Very much a how-to guide, with practical frameworks and examples. The message is clear: don't leave the future of work to chance

    Financial Times
  • A remarkably thoughtful and practical guide to rethinking how work gets done. With Gratton's help, this journey can be far more systematic and rewarding than it would otherwise be.

    Amy Edmondson, Harvard Professor
  • Lynda's book couldn't come at a better time as every CEO and their senior team grapple with the future of work. This book provides excellent advice as we attempt to build it!

    Ann Cairns, Vice Chairman Mastercard
  • Very much a how-to guide, with practical frameworks and examples. The rigour and discipline Gratton brings to the book might surprise those who haven't been involved in organisational change. The message is clear: don't leave the future of work to chance

    Financial Times
  • Lynda Gratton has increasingly set herself apart from the pack, she now the lead thinker helping us interpret the changing face of business. This is a book that has helped summarise the changed world we face, and also to make sense of it.

    Bruce Daisley, best-selling author and former Vice President of Twitter
  • A book the 'future of work' has been waiting for. Lynda Gratton's Redesigning Work is not only chock full of astute insights and crystal clear realities, it contains a purposeful playbook to right so much of what has gone wrong in our workplaces.

    Dan Pontefract, leadership strategist and best-selling author of Lead. Care. Win. and Flat Army
  • A remarkably thoughtful and practical guide to rethinking how work gets done. Perhaps the only thing we know for sure is that the workplace of the future is a moving target that will continue to come into focus in the coming years, influenced by many voices and many factors. With Gratton's help, this journey can be far more systematic and rewarding than it would otherwise be.

    Amy C. Edmondson, Professor, Harvard Business School; Author of THE FEARLESS ORGANIZATION (Wiley, 2019)
  • This is a hugely insightful and timely guide for everyone challenged about how to redesign work in a thoroughly reimagined future. The strong focus on people, talent and potential is particularly valuable. This overall rigorous approach can work for organisations of any operational size, scale or sector.

    Dame Mary Marsh, non-executive director of HSBC Bank and member of the governing body at London Business School

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