In sport, a coach can play a monumental role in winning games or championships. In the absence of a coach, it is impossible for a team to achieve their greatest potential despite having immensely talented individuals. Comparably, in an organization, executive teams benefit from guidance for them and their organization to collaborate well to attain common goals. Agility in Mind, a business agility consultancy, has a similar persona to a coach. Senior management executives in large organizations often set in their way of working, which may have been decided years or decades ago. Additionally, the increasingly competitive and diverse market requirements prompt companies to be agile to stay pertinent. Agility in Mind guides these rigid organizations by replacing their old practices with a more flexible and value-based work ecosystem. Furthermore, through business agility transformation, they coach organizations in long-term survival in a dramatically changing global economy. “We use agile principles and practices to achieve greater collaboration between people which is fundamental to realize an agile organization,” says Andrew Jones, CEO of Agility in Mind.
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