The 10 Dimensions Of Business Agility
Enabling Bottom-Up Decisions In A World Of Rapid Change
September 9, 2013
Why Read This Report
Change is accelerating. Only the agile company can survive. But what constitutes agility in the modern era? An agile enterprise embraces change as a matter of routine, whether that change is driven by market trends or is internal and operational; it reacts more quickly to both threats and opportunities. Agile companies enable decisions to be made quickly at lower levels in the organization; leaders concentrate on building this culture over day-to-day decision-making. This report examines the three types of agility that companies must develop — market, organizational, and process agility — and evaluates 10 separate dimensions that make them up. Examining both awareness and execution on these dimensions reveals which companies are best suited to succeed in a fast-changing environment. We complete our analysis by examining which elements of agility leaders think are most important and why companies do poorly on many of these dimensions.
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Table of Contents
- Business Agility Will Increasingly Drive Performance
- What Is Agility And Why Does It Matter?
- Exploring The 10 Dimensions Of Business Agility
- Analyzing Agility Gaps
WHAT IT MEANS
- CEOs Will Undergo A Major Shift In Leadership Approach
- Embrace A Comprehensive View Of Business Agility
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