Organization & Team Agility

Fuel transformation, productivity, and well-being at any level of your organization

Traditional organization design principles and many cutting-edge collaborative practices are ineffective for the way people need to work today. The result is poor execution of critical work.

94% of companies say agility and collaboration are critical to their organization’s success—but only 6% of companies say they are highly agile today.

Today’s teams are more fluid than conventional teams, and work is increasingly interdependent. Pairing leadership research with decades of data about the networks within organizations, we can help leaders drive efficiency and agility at the point of execution—where organizations and teams are designing new products, scaling existing ones, embarking on new strategies, or ensuring client satisfaction.

Collaboration Strategies

Strategies to activate informal networks and engage team members.

How to Make Sure Agile Teams Can Work Together

Manage Four Critical Points in the Network

  • the people in the center
  • those on the fringe
  • select silos, where there is value in collaboration
  • external relationships in the broader ecosystem
When Collaboration Fails and How to Fix It

Overcome Dysfunctional Patterns of Collaboration

Manage collaboration to avoid six common patterns of dysfunction that
derail organizations and teams.

A Noble purpose Alone Won't Transform Your Company

Create a Climate of Trust, Purpose and Energy

Effective collaboration is driven by relationships in which people
experience trust, gain purpose and feel energized.

No Team Is an Island

Shape the External Ecosystem

Six critical practices can help leaders to create the context for their teams
to succeed by adapting what is in their control and working around what
is not.

Explore Our Resources

Visualize and analyze collaboration.

Agility Accelerator

Boost Team Performance.

Team Agility Workbook

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