Is your existing business model, hierarchical org chart, communications style, and technology infrastructure keeping up with how quickly you need to adapt? If not, then you need business agility: the ability of your entire organization to respond to change with speed and relative ease.
Why Business Agility Matters
How companies are harnessing business agility
How to Achieve Business Agility
Business agility begins with a mental shift. Getting your entire organization to adopt this mindset is a major undertaking, but it’s worth it. As a change agent, you can help executive leaders recognize this and equip them to:
- Align strategy with execution to determine what to fund and why. This helps you develop and maintain a portfolio of products and services that meet the evolving needs of customers and the organization itself.
- Focus on the customer, using design thinking to build the right products for the right people at the right time.
- Optimize value streams using cross-functional collaboration between technical and business teams to get those products to market faster.
Learn how to change and get buy-in from leadership. Read the e-book “Making the Case for Business Agility”