Agility

The ability of an organization to renew itself, adapt to change quickly, and succeed in a rapidly changing, ambiguous, turbulent environment. Agility is the balance of speed and stability for most companies.

 

Would your organization benefit by empowering teams to drive continuous improvement, allowing them to raise quality and productivity constantly while eliminating waste and inefficiency?

 

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Agility has long been the hallmark of the Marine Corps and has become essential to creating usable software quickly. The technology industry applied lessons from lean manufacturing, military teams, and other successful approaches to help teams become smarter faster. Agility can help any organization to renew itself, adapt quickly to change, and succeed in rapidly changing, ambiguous, and turbulent environments. The Marine Corps is the perfect example of Agility as being a balance of speed and stability over time.

According to McKinsey, the Global Management Consulting Firm, healthy agile organizations generate 3x the returns of unhealthy ones and are 70% more likely to be top performers….

Organizational Health and Agility is based on the ability to:

  • Align around a clear vision, strategy, and culture
  • Execute with excellence
  • Renew, innovate and adapt to change over time

Healthy agile organizations demonstrate a culture of Continuous Improvement characterized by:

  • Leadership Alignment
  • Innovation
  • Role Clarity
  • Knowledge Sharing
  • Employee Involvement
  • Healthy Teams

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