To be agile is to be adaptive to anything coming your way.
The new era is always approaching – each day brings about new advancements, new patterns, new trends and new ideas.
Being agile means you see the new era and the changes that come with it as an opportunity.
Being agile means disruption excites you instead of exhausting you.
Agility allows you to adapt, evolve and profit from rapid changes. Organisations should not have to sacrifice their momentum or vision to accommodate for sudden forces you were not ready to face. True agility goes beyond project management methodology, it is a way of life as a business. These principles can be learned and practised with ease. Choose to be ready, choose agility.
Agility is best applied in the speed of decision making. Try and fail fast and then try again, in quick iterations until you get it right. This challenges conventional thinking and institutionalised risk management principles of ‘plan, plan and plan again’ before execution.
Agility is not about throwing out all the rules, it is about allowing flexibility in them and an acceptable level of tolerance for failure. It is not something you become overnight, rather, agility is achievable through structured change of behaviours and mentality.
It requires you to think differently and act differently – so we workshop it and implement agility into your organisation. We make agility a natural instinct for the organisation.
Once you have an agile mindset embedded within the organisation, you can start applying other concepts such as design thinking. With design thinking, your organisation seeks multiple alternative solutions to a challenge. It seeks to understand the customer in greater detail, it challenges assumptions often and takes a thorough effort to truly define the problem before finding a solution for it.
Symptoms are only surface level signs of something gone wrong. This solution-based approach does not accept the initial answer, instead requires you to continue testing and consider your options before deciding.
There are several design thinking frameworks and principles. We start by introducing the appropriate fit for you. Like anything, design thinking takes getting used to. Being agile accelerates the learning process.
Ensuring agility lasts in your organisation is possible. Our qualified team conducts hands on training with your team to teach them how to be agile and implement agility into their own initiatives.
In our Agile Training program we can carry out both Design Thinking and Agile training, depending on your organisation’s needs.
We provide workshops, conduct exercises and ensure the team can achieve their set out goals.
In Design Thinking training we teach the art of creating new concepts with a customer-centric approach.
In Agile training we train you on reshaping your internal operations and project management.