For companies that aren’t digital natives, agile approaches often deliver disappointing results. Certain factors in organizations hamper agility and reduce its benefits. Writing for MIT Sloan Management Review, Will Poindexter and Steve Berez – partners in Bain & Company’s Technology and Agile Innovation practices – describe three organizational factors that undermine agility and outline what leaders can do about them.
About the Authors
Will Poindexter and Steve Berez are partners with Bain & Company’s Technology and Agile Innovation practices.
Comment on this summary
By the same authors
In our Journal
2 years ago
Resilient Leader, Resilient Team
An agile organization responds to whatever changes the marketplace throws at it. But ironically, navigating change smoothly requires consistency. Rapid technological changes combined with social and economic uncertainties make adaptability, flexibility and resilience highly prized skills for both individuals and companies. The most successful companies know how to quickly harness their resources in response to […]