For most of us, agility has become a hype word in our everyday business lives this year. And sometimes it seems as if it has become a term that is used as a solution for everything.
Agility refers to the agility, nimbleness or mobility of organizations and people or in structures and processes. You react flexibly to unforeseen events and new requirements. One is not only reactive, but also proactive, for example in relation to changes. (Source: Gabler Wirtschaftslexikon)
But what does agility actually mean and where does it come from?
Are we using the term in the right context today?
What are agile values, principles and common methods?
Do you know when you should use agile approaches - and when you shouldn't?
Meet your virtual thyssenkrupp colleagues Kelly and Tom and find answers to these questions in our free e-learning "Introducing Agility". And if you are interested in more programs around agility, you can find see all our offers on this topic here.