Business Agility

What is Business Agility?

 

‘Business Agility’ refers to the ability of a company to quickly adapt to any kind of market conditions. Any organization needs to survive for the long term in the business. For any business to be termed agile, it needs to be adaptable, flexible, and balanced as a whole.

 

Innovation is an important ingredient in making sure that a business is agile. Hence, innovative businesses find themselves thriving well when compared to other firms that stick with proven ways of business.

 

Some key factors in making a business agile include self-organization, coevolution, interactions, and the edge of chaos. Hence, it also means that such companies need to anticipate market changes and make sure that they tackle the changes as and when they occur.

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