The Benefits of Agile Thinking and How to Create an Agile Work Culture 

The Benefits of Agile Thinking and How to Create an Agile Work Culture 

Fostering an agile work culture is a growing interest for businesses worldwide. In fact, several firms have increased their focus on agility since COVID-19.

According to a recent study, agile firms were more responsive to the crisis. Those that don’t adopt an agile work culture may lack the resilience needed in today’s work environment.

Agility means being able to move strategy, structure, and processes toward a new operating model. This is done by reorganizing the company around self-directing teams built on a strong foundation.

An agile organization is bettered prepared for unexpected changes in their industry.

What Does “Agile Thinking” Mean?

Agile thinking refers to the adoption of agile values such as adaptability, rapidity, and client responsiveness. However, thinking in an agile way is not helpful without decisive action.

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