Lee Dyer is Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Studies and Research Fellow, Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies at the ILR School, Cornell University. He holds a BBA, MBA, and PhD from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. His research and teaching interests focus on the future of work, organizational agility, and human resource strategy. Over the years he has addressed these and related interests in over a dozen books and monographs, several dozen journal articles, and a smattering of book chapters, as well as numerous speaking engagements and consulting assignments worldwide. Currently semi-retired, he is conducting research on the future of work with a particular emphasis on workforce agility and especially corporate reliance on high-end, on-demand talent. In addition, he teaches a 7-week course at the ILR School titled Forging the Future of Work, and recently coauthored a companion book for the course, Shaping the Future of Work: A Handbook for Action and a New Social Contract (MITxPress).