This study aims to explore the impact of workforce agility on organizational development agility in INGOs working in Gaza strip. The descriptive analytical approach was adopted, and a questionnaire was designed to collect data from the employees (excluding service employees) who work at INGOs in Gaza Strip depending on a stratified random sample.
The conclusions indicated that workforce agility and organizational development agility were statistically positive and reasonably high. Though there was weakness in the organization practices encouraging employees’ participation, and self-rule (autonomy). Also, involving change experts in the organizational development practices. In addition, it was concluded that there is a significant positive relationship between workforce agility and organizational development agility. Moreover, workforce agility has strong impact on the organizational development agility.
Accordingly, it is recommended that the INGOs need to exert and develop more mechanisms related to enhancing employees’ involvement and participation in the prescribed fields. In addition to paying attention to enhancing employees’ engagement and innovation. Moreover, continuous efforts to develop different mechanisms related to organizational development planning.