Achieving Agility: Growth, Agility and High-Performance Workplace Strategies Are Intimately Linked
Published: 30 March 2006
You'll never be able to cut costs or increase productivity enough to become truly agile. A high-performance workplace strategy calls for more focus on enhancing peoples' ability to do the nonroutine, to foster productive exploration, innovation, discovery and initial execution.
Table Of Contents
- Four Key Steps to Determine Agility
- Assess Your Culture
- Assess Your Staff's Ability to Analyze the Behavior of Others
- Assess Your Organization's Enthusiasm for Exploiting the Wisdom of Crowds and Delegating Downward, Instead of Relegating Upward Day-to-Day Decision Making
- Assess Your Technical Infrastructure
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