As consumers, we’ve come to expect that when we want something, we can get it. Whether that’s a taxi, a grocery delivery, or your favorite ice cream delivered to your door. The concept of “on demand” is no longer a luxury, it’s an expectation. Naturally, that expectation is now bleeding into the professional world. People are expecting their jobs and careers to give them flexibility, choice and the same on-demand service they receive at home. The problem is, that’s completely counter-intuitive to how global organizations have been structured for the last 10, 20, 60 years.