Workforce agility (WA) has been a critical topic to study. It is now the heart of creating an agile organization in an environment of turbulence and change. Despite the increasing recognition that the WA is essential for achieving competitiveness, the concept of agility remains unclear systematically. This paper presents a bibliometric and network analysis that provides new insights poorly understood or evaluated by other reviews. This analysis uses the Scopus database and Vos Viewer software. It starts by identifying more than 140 published studies from 1993 to 2020 and screening using a rigorous bibliometric analysis. Systematic mapping helps to describe the publication's evolution over time and identify current areas of study interest and potential directions for future research. In this research, five clusters provide a good roadmap for further investigation.