Lean agile organisations
Today, organisations need to respond quickly with a thorough understanding of the often complex issues at hand. This requires teams to work more fluidly across organisational boundaries. While the organisational design requires a change, there is also a need to fundamentally make a shift in the whole operating model: strategy, processes, structure, measurements and people.
Any transformation starts and ends with a culture and mindset change. These are elements we fundamentally work with in every aspect of what we do. New ways of working require new ways of thinking, which leads to operating within a more lean and agile organisation.
At Implement, we work with our customers to design and implement LAO (Lean Agile Organisations).
Organisations are increasingly seeking a need for change from a traditional top-down and silo-managed organisation to a more responsive structure, accelerated by the following trends:
Stop trying to borrow wisdom and think for yourself. Face your difficulties and think and think and think and solve your problems yourself. Suffering and difficulties provide opportunities to become better. Success is never giving up.
Essentially, what works for others might not work for you. Don't just replicate, innovate.
A viewpoint on how to organise your global R&D and product management to become fit for the future.
Introduce modular product design
– and harvest the full potential of being agile.
A digital solution to help you make projects more successful.
Using experiments to seize new opportunities.
Agile organisations need human flexibility
Development of coping strategies builds psychological and mental capacity.
Trying to be an agile superman...
Increasing project speed and impact
- a brain friendly approach.
Most organisations recognise the power of agility as it impacts the way we strategise, organise and change – so how can they exploit the same advantages that start-ups benefit from?
Leadership in agile organisations
What kind of leadership is needed to match the requirements of the agile context?
Implement Consulting Group