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Many companies today face near-constant disruption and change driven by technological innovation, globalization, climate impacts, and more.

To thrive in this volatile environment requires a new way of operating that goes beyond traditional change management. Enterprise Agility provides this through its four key aspects—Individuals, Change, Strategy, and Leadership.

Let's explore why each one matters:

At its core, any company is only as agile and resilient as its people. The Individuals aspect focuses on understanding human dynamics during accelerated change and ensuring people have the support, skills and mindset to adapt to that speed of change. This means promoting psychological safety, work-life balance, continuous learning, the use of AI to augment skills, and a growth mindset. When people feel empowered and valued, they become highly engaged partners in driving progress and innovation.


Even positive change causes uncertainty and stress. The Change aspect provides principles and models for building organizational readiness to embrace change versus resist it. This includes assessing how internal and external factors interact to impact individuals and strategy. Frameworks like the Change Journey Pyramid or the 12 principles for accelerated change help leaders understand change resistance and guide people through necessary transformations.


Volatile conditions demand more dynamic, iterative strategic planning versus rigid multi-year roadmaps. The Strategy aspect offers new approaches to opportunity discovery, decision-making and measurement suitable for complexity. For example, using Spot Indicators to sense and track current realities while applying Future Thinking to monitor trends. This bifocal approach allows robust strategies flexible enough for fast adaptation.


Leading through constant ambiguity and disruption requires special skills and mindsets. The Leadership aspect outlines practices to mobilize and empower shared progress. This relies on strategic mobility—the ability for people to feel motivated and align people around common purpose while remaining responsive as conditions evolve. Leaders must embrace their role as change agents to drive innovation and build resilient cultures even during accelerated times and disruption.

Together, these four aspects enable a holistic view of the organizational, social and psychological dimensions needed to thrive during accelerated change. Enterprise Agility integrates these perspectives to catalyze enterprise-wide agility, resilience and continuous shared progress. Companies can not only survive but shape disruption to their advantage.

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