About This Chapter
Intro to Agile Organizations - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find short, engaging lessons providing a clear introduction to agile organizations. Make sure your employees are up to speed on what an agile company is, what organizational agility looks like and the processes involved in making a company agile by assigning these lessons. Self-assessment quizzes can assure you that your teams understand what they learned. These lessons are accessible anywhere that an Internet connection can be found.
How It Helps
- Facilitates training: This chapter is a resource you can use for a variety of training purposes, including new-hire education and workshop presentations.
- Ensures understanding: If you're moving your company in an agile direction, using this chapter or just some of the lessons in it can ensure that your teams fully understand what this entails.
- Provides context: Rather than just learning about agile organizations in concept, the examples of agile companies and organizational agility contained in the lessons help your employees see these ideas in action.
Once your employees finish this chapter, they should be able to:
- Define agile company
- Provide examples of organizational agility
- Understand the processes necessary to make a company agile
1. What is an Agile Company? - Definition & Example
Looking to get into an agile company or maybe even start a company that reacts quickly to what customers need? This lesson will help you understand just what being agile means for a business.
2. Examples of Organizational Agility
In this lesson, we'll learn about how agility can be applied in business situations. We'll explore some examples and see what it takes for a business to become an agile organization.
3. How to Make Your Company Agile
In this lesson, we'll define agile. You'll learn about industries best suited for agile strategies and how to adapt an organization to its methodologies.
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