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One of the biggest hindrances to business growth is internal reluctance to change, and in fact, IBM reports that the most significant challenges when implementing change projects are people oriented. Topping the list are mindsets, attitudes and corporate culture. People have cognitive biases and inherently negative mindsets, and this makes them fearful of the unknown. We don’t know these biases exist so we can’t overcome them without a new way of thinking. It’s easy and unfortunately natural for us to become comfortable and complacent with the same routine patterns rather than taking advantages of new opportunities or changing circumstances.

Fortunately, agility training helps people foster positive changes and helps those around them do the same. In fact, research proves that people with high agility are 22% more likely than people with low agility to see beyond normal patterns, processes, and conversations to identify opportunities.

People with high agility are 35% more likely to viewed by others as a positive enactor of change.

Agility training provides people with the skills they need to test and strengthen their cognitive flexibility to endorse creativity and cultivate innovation. As a result, those high in agility are more willing to be proactive about speaking their minds, seizing new opportunities, and helping others do the same.

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The Adaptive Organization (whitepaper)

Adaptive Organization Whitepaper

Read how Resilience and Agility work together to create agile organizations which shape their markets. “Long-term success in this era of fast-paced technological change and global economic shifts requires a new way of thinking and operating. In fact, the corporate playbook is being rewritten and replaced by one that takes business Agility pared with Resilience to a level we have never seen before.”



The Agile Organization Starts with Agile People Webinar

This webinar introduces the key concepts of agility including business implications.


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