The aim of this paper is to focus on how work organization, founded on the resilience and sustainable production system, evolves from a strategic perspective. Disturbance and threats can occur at any time without any warning. Therefore, it is important that the work organization is sufficiently resistant to interference. This article is an integrative literature review. Currently, a gap has been identified and that is resilient is not part of the sustainable production system. This study examines how work organizations can support resilient and sustainable production. The result and the conclusion suggest that it is possible that the work organization can support this resilient and sustainable production system. However, two important changes are required, one is the organizational culture in which employees have the same shared assumptions, values, and beliefs, and the other is organization structure requires a job enlargement, employee contributions, and training to ensure a sustainable transition process towards having a resilient and sustainable production system.
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