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Traditional business and operating models are being digitally disrupted, forcing companies to quickly transition to new ways of doing business. And while not all businesses are equally at risk, every business is exposed to the new order digitization is bringing. In the midst of this turbulence, leading-edge firms, from startups to the Fortune 10, are recognizing that business agility is an essential part of survival.
Enterprises that operate in an agile fashion have a huge advantage — traceability from the team level back to the CEO. When team decisions map to the company’s key business drivers and priorities, the synchronization of effort serves as a powerful antidote to the relentless pace of change. The resulting efficiencies lead to cost savings, increased bandwidth for vital innovation, and much faster response to market changes and shifting customer demands.
So why wouldn’t every organization embrace agility? And of those that have, how successful are they? On a practical level, how are agile efforts being organized and funded? What are the critical success factors in attaining business agility? What challenges are organizations finding as they strive to achieve agility from the team level to the C level and across the enterprise?
To answer these and other questions, Cutter Consortium is conducting a survey on how organizations are adopting agile practices — from the team level all the way to the C level; from software development, to sales, marketing, and even the factory floor — to achieve business agility. We’re interested in the challenges they are encountering and the impacts they can measure. Our goal is to identify important trends, keys to success, and pitfalls to avoid. And then share these with you!
All answers will be kept confidential. (Bonus: if you supply us with your email address, we'll send you a coupon good for US $50 in the Cutter Consortium Bookstore.) To enrich the findings, we’d like to conduct short interviews with a subset of respondents. Your comments will be kept anonymous, identified by title and industry only. So, if you’d like to chat with us (and get an additional US$100 Cutter Consortium bookstore certificate), please “check the box” on the survey.
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