Agility can be defined as the ability for an organization to adapt to change and create value quickly by enforcing the concept of "test and learn" and implementing using shorter cycles.

Faster adaptation for increased value delivery

Over the past decade, the speed of digital transformation has increased dramatically and is forcing companies to rethink their organizational model, both technological and human.

A company that wants to speed up its adaptation to digital technologies must sometimes learn how to quickly experiment with solutions that best match its DNA, generating actual value while still allowing integration with what may pre-exist within that company.

This is why disruptive technological changes that require rapid adaptation often generate restructuring initiatives directed at the teams implementing the change. In this case, Agile coaching can be a great help to facilitate change.

Agile methodologies like Scrum, which can be rolled out on a large scale, lead to significant organizational change and carry the risk of failing if the organization has not prepared properly.

This is where agile coaching comes into play to interact with all levels of the organization and impart the values of Agility as well as raise awareness about the objectives of the transformation.

Whatever approach is used, Agility aims to empower all of the organization's personel and lead them towards greater autonomy.

Everyone's initiatives are more valued and failure is also valued as a learning tool. It is through successive iterations of tests and corrections in shortened cycles that value creation speed can be increased