You see in 3D, and the future of work requires that all of us, not just organizational leaders, think (and act) in 4T. We all need fluency in how to craft our work and integrate all of our talents, technology, and techniques as we work toward the targets of whatever our work is. No silver bullets (Brooks 1987): relying on the dimension we’re most comfortable with or have at hand. The marketing trope (e.g., Toncar and Munch 2003), Seeing in 3D, Thinking in 4T, is due to the value of this process being bottom-up (employee initiated) versus top-down (employer initiated). This is an approach to work that needs to be top of mind for everyone as we focus on broad workforce participation and augmentation of human work via AI.