Angela Johnson on How to Activate a Culture of Agility
In today's rapidly changing business environment, activating a culture of agility is essential for organizations to thrive. An agile culture promotes flexibility, adaptability, and innovation, allowing organizations to quickly respond to new opportunities and challenges. To activate a culture of agility, organizations must focus on developing a mindset of continuous improvement, collaboration, and experimentation. This requires a willingness to take risks, learn from failure, and continuously iterate on processes and strategies.
Leaders play a critical role in activating a culture of agility by setting a clear vision, communicating it effectively, and empowering employees to make decisions and take ownership of their work. They also need to create an environment that supports experimentation, encourages cross-functional collaboration, and rewards innovation.
Overall, activating a culture of agility requires a long-term commitment to cultural transformation, but the benefits can be significant. Organizations can increase resilience, improve customer satisfaction, and foster a more engaged and motivated workforce. By prioritizing agility, organizations can position themselves for long-term success in today's rapidly changing business landscape.
About Angela Johnson
In 2010, Angela Johnson founded Collaborative Leadership Team and has since become a successful entrepreneur, educator, and coach. Through coaching, training, and empowerment, she assists individuals in using various techniques to reach their professional goals and objectives. Angela holds several certifications, including Certified LeSS Practitioner (CLP), Certified Scrum Trainer (CST), and is one of the first Scrum Alliance Path to CSP Approved Educators.
With a career spanning over 24 years in aiding leaders and teams, Angela has worked with clients across multiple industries such as agency and services, software, hardware, marketing, financial services, insurance, learning and development, and more.
What We Discussed in this Episode on Culture of Agility:
- Agile Methodology: Is it a Process or a Philosophy? - The Value of Agile: Improving Human Skills for Better Work Culture - Insights from "The Scrum Master Files" - Overcoming the Challenges: Why Non-Tech Functions Struggle with Adopting Agile Methodologies - Business Agility and Agile Methods: Is There a Correlation? - Agile Companies: Are They Better Performing than Their Peers? - Starting from Scratch: Implementing Business Agility - A CEO's Roadmap - Beyond Scrum: Exploring Other Methodologies to Enhance Business Agility - Agile Principles for Personal Growth and Development: Can They be Used as a Tool?
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