Agility = New normal
Agility is a key concept of the digital age. Before digitalisation, companies could survive and make a profit in their market sectors with a fixed customer base. Many tried and tested management methods originate from this time and are still used today – although they are no longer suitable for today’s complex issues.
Agility requires anticipation. A business organisation that simply reacts cannot be agile.
If you look at the company as a system, its primary goal is survival. Subordinate to this goal are various sub-goals, such as staying in the market, being successful in the market, satisfying customers and being successful. Agile methods can help to achieve these sub-goals – and thus also the overall goal.
Every entrepreneur knows that success does not come on its own: in order to become agile, a holistic mindset change based on sound change management is necessary. This starts with the executives and from there goes to all areas of the organisation, which are supported in their agile activities. Only with this mindset change can the company become agile.
Agility is not a fashion trend, but a necessary foundation to ensure the success of a company – and today it is already the “new normal” in many areas. What is important here is the willingness to fundamentally change the current state of the company.
But what models are there? How does one proceed? What can the organisation look like? How exactly is the ability to change established in companies?
Rother’s team decodes the complex spectrum of agility together with you.
From Change, to Lean Management, to the Agile Health Check, agile topics such as “New Work” and innovation culture, we have professional offers for your Agile Journey.
Agility is not just a trend, it is a natural part of our work.
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