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How to Achieve Enterprise Agility With a Bimodal Capability

Published: 24 April 2015

ID: G00276981

Analyst(s): Mary Mesaglio , Simon Mingay


Confronted by digital transformation, IT leaders recognize the need to innovate more, manage uncertainty better and establish more agility. However, they have to do this while simultaneously running the business and hitting regular performance goals, which is where bimodal capabilities are crucial.

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Research Highlights

  • Getting Started With Bimodal: Show, Don't Tell
  • Success Is Built on Cultural Change Above All Else
  • Establish Empirical Governance and Clear Principles
  • Formalize Your Approach to Innovation Management
  • Build the Capabilities That Underpin Bimodal
  • Bottom Line

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