High-agency culture is introduced as a vital aspect of progressive organizations where employees actively shape their work environment and contribute to organizational goals. These individuals are problem-solvers, confident in overcoming obstacles, innovating, and driving growth. Not because of the rise of some illusionary concept of “computer agency” but because it is when human agency must be at its most potent. The term “computer agency” is sometimes used to represent the capacity of AI systems to act autonomously, make decisions, and execute tasks without human intervention. AI is exceptionally good at optimizing and finding the best routes to achieve a target. However, defining that target, understanding its implications, and ensuring it aligns with human values and ethics is a task only a human can undertake.