Developing an Agile Culture

Posted February 25, 2015 | Leadership |

The ability to attain strategic and organizational agility directly relates to the organization's ability to prepare stakeholders for change. In other words, a sustained state of change readiness coincides with the ability to attain organizational agility. Among other practices, it is vital to manage change in an organized way that is pervasive and well understood across the organization.

About The Author
Gustav Toppenberg
Gustav Normark Toppenberg is a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. He is an enterprise transformation executive with 20+ years' experience. Mr. Toppenberg's background includes building and leading transformational efforts for both small and global companies with a focus on business, data, and digital domains. His professional experience includes executive roles in enterprise architecture, Lean-Agile product delivery,… Read More
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