Agility

Aug 22, 2011

Toward a Learning Agile Organization

“At an organizational level, agility is the ability to grow, change, or innovate at or above the speed of one’s own market. Anything less cannot be considered agility.” – Timothy R. Clark & Conrad Gottfredson We have all heard of corporate agility. We hear the term “agile” all the time related to today’s corporate environment: agile processes, agile practices, agile leadership. In our rapidly changing world, agility is one of the most important skills an organization can have if it is to stay competitive. Agility is the ability to move quickly, change rapidly, and respond to crises, threats and opportunities at the point of need. Of course, the ability to be agile...

“At an organizational level, agility is the ability to grow, change, or innovate at or above the speed of one’s own market....