Business agility is the ability of a business to adapt rapidly and cost efficiently in response to changes in the business environment. Business agility will provide a significant competitive advantage, but achieving requires organizational intelligence, cross-functional collaboration, motivation, courage and leadership. Many organizations have adopted an Agile approach to project or product delivery, but few have achieved the level of business agility needed to capitalize on the demands and opportunities that come with the increasing amount of change in today's marketplace.
This interactive discussion was a highlight at the 2013 - Path to Agility Conference and goes beyond the boundaries of teams and sprints to discuss the most pervasive constraints that commonly prevent businesses from achieving true agility and the corresponding benefits.
Presented by Todd Greene – Agile Advisory Services Lead, Scrum.org Trainer