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Process improvement can lead to better efficiency, but long-term success is driven by innovation.  Agility training helps organizations shape their future by creating a culture of innovation.  Leaders and employees learn practical strategies for launching new products and services, entering new markets or entirely rethinking key processes. And by coupling innovation with execution, measurable results are achieved quickly.

TRACOM’s agility training incorporates the latest research on individual behavior and organizational performance.  It uses the concepts of design thinking where people learn not to just solve problems, but rather think proactively about a preferred future and take action towards it.

Unlike traditional innovation training that is focused on creativity, TRACOM’s agility program is holistic with process and techniques from ideation to execution.  It generates opportunities and turns them into reality. Participants in agility training learn to:

  • Go beyond status quo or incremental improvement to look for completely new opportunities
  • Generate innovative ideas for long-term success
  • Foster innovation throughout all levels of their organization
  • Built support for new initiatives
  • Evaluate options and investments to identify the greatest potential and improve odds of success
  • Effectively execute new ideas

Resources for Innovative Thinking


Developing Agile Leaders

Long-term organizational success requires forward-thinking leaders who drive proactive change.  Watch this one-minute video on agile leadership.


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.”