Achieving Agility: The View Through a Conceptual Framework
Published: 21 April 2006
The concept of agility can be used both tactically and strategically if a consistent framework for measurement is established. Here, we examine such a framework and how it can be applied.
Table Of Contents
- What You Need to Know
- Beyond the Hype: A Need for Real Agility
- Components of an Agility Methodology Framework
- The Agility Cycle
- Enterprise Building Blocks
- Human Capital
- Business Activities
- Business Relationships
- Enterprise Information
- Agility Enablers
- Flexibility and Adaptability
- Willingness Factors
- Key Areas of Technology
- What to Do
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