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Change Agility

Resistance to change should be a thing of the past if we could develop growth mindsets and create organizations with growth cultures

Change Agility

Broad-based organisational change is a factor of life in many organisations today, as they adapt to the demands of the 21st Century world of business. As the rate of change grows increasingly faster, the importance of incorporating agility into everyday work life has never been greater.

In a PwC survey of 1150 CEOs, 76% said that their ability to adapt to change will be a key source of competitive advantage in the future. A study by McKinsey found that 9 out of 10 executives said organizational agility was critical to business success and growing in importance over time. And the Project Management Institute's Organizational Agility Report introduced the following equation: greater organizational agility = better performance = improved competitive advantage.

Your capability to effectively deal with such an environment requires change-agile leaders and employees at all levels, throughout the business.

From an organisational perspective, change-agility is defined as the ability to quickly and effectively focus on new challenges as they present themselves, rapidly implement and integrate new learning or practices, or even change direction resourcefully within a short space of time. Organizations that continually improve their change-agility enhance the likelihood that their strategies will be fully implemented and achieve their expected benefits and outcomes through:

  • Anticipating and planning for change effectively
  • Reducing Silos & encourage cross organisational collaboration
  • Making decisions effectively and efficiently
  • Rapidly deploying new strategies, products and processes

Metaco's Change-Agility Immersion workshop is an effective way to galvanise this capability, working with teams and organisations to create a Change-Agility culture to deliver on the needs of tomorrow by the organisation and it's wider stakeholders.

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