Tricia Cabrey, Market Researcher, PMI
Organizational agility requires a supportive culture and a shift in how work is viewed and approached. Our findings focus on the value placed on the cultural elements of high organizational agility. A highly developed culture of agility exists when value is placed on ideals and behaviors such as collaboration, diversity, communication, creativity, transparency, and inquisitive thinking. Organizations that establish the following framework are better positioned to enable agility:
•Supportive Culture: Identifying the value of openness, transparency, respect, knowledge, improvement, and adaptation
•Strategic Flexibility: Capturing opportunities and responding quickly to varying demands
•Collective Leadership: Sharing a common view of strategy
•Capable People: Applying the right talent management resources
•Adaptive Process: Assessing and establishing new means to respond to change
This event qualifies for 1 Professional Development Unit (PDU credit).