March 14, 2018

Agility requires cultural change

Article published in German magazine it-daily.net

Fast-moving markets, economic uncertainties, and progressive digitization pose major challenges for companies. Instead of responding quickly, many companies are stuck in traditional structures. However, economic survival requires a high degree of adaptability. Businesses, therefore, have to become more agile. 

This is the starting point of a discussion on cultural change as a prerequisite to Agile transformations that we recently published in German online magazine it-daily.net. We argue that every company has to find its own agile way. That may seem like a tedious task, but it's always worth it when it comes to making a company fit for all future challenges.

Full article Agilität setzt kulturellen Wandel voraus is available at it-daily.net.

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Marion Eickmann

I am one of the founders and the executive director of agile42. I am supporting strategic product development and leadership challenges for more than 15 years now. Since 2007 I have been realizing local and global agile projects with agile42's international team successfully. You like to talk about: Organic Agility, complexity, resilience, organizational culture & Agile? Just send an email :-)
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Marion Eickmann

I am one of the founders and the executive director of agile42. I am supporting strategic product development and leadership challenges for more than 15 years now. Since 2007 I have been realizing local and global agile projects with agile42's international team successfully. You like to talk about: Organic Agility, complexity, resilience, organizational culture & Agile? Just send an email :-)

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