Traditional organizations, designed primarily for stability, involve a static, siloed, structural hierarchy.
Goals and decision rights flow downward, with the most powerful governance bodies at the top. These organizations operate through linear planning and control to capture value for shareholders.
Although such a structure can be strong, it is often rigid and slow moving.
In contrast, agile organizations are designed for both stability and dynamism.
They are made up of a network of teams within a people-centered culture that features rapid learning and fast decision cycles enabled by technology and guided by a powerful common purpose to cocreate value for all stakeholders.
This accredited skills programme will teach you how to, build teams to achieve goals and objectives, monitor and evaluate team members against performance standards and how to create and manage an environment that promotes innovation amongst other skills.