Discover the Agility Shift

Pamela Meyer Announces The Agility ShiftThe Agility Shift shows business leaders how to make the radical mindset and strategy shift necessary to create an agile, entrepreneurial organization that can innovate and thrive in complex, ever-changing contexts.

Not only will you learn how organizations are thriving in the midst of uncertainty and change through inspiring examples, you will discover ideas you can use right away to start making your own agility shift.

In addition, you will discover:

  • The six dynamics of the agility shift to boost performance and engagement
  • How to improve your capacity to respond to the unexpected and unplanned using available resources
  • Specific agility practices for leaders, teams and your entire organization
  • How becoming more agile will improve your bottom line and sustain your success

 


Announcing The Agility Shift Inventory

You can now take a complimentary Agility Shift Inventory (ASI) to receive a snapshot of your capacity for agility in your current role and context and to help you determine where to channel your energy and resources to make THE AGILITY SHIFT.

In addition to a summary of your results, you will receive a complimentary Generative Conversation and Catalyst Guide with a series of reflective questions to use individually and with your colleagues. Team and organizational versions are also available on a fee basis.


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How to Help Your Team (and Yourself) Be More Agile

Reposted with Permission From the October 10, 2016 IBM Social Business Spotlight Blog by Pamela Meyer While major corporations such as AT&T are recognizing the need to create a more agile workforce1, most continue to rely on strategies designed for the mythical stable, knowable future. Whether you are leading or a member of a software development team, […]

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Be More Agile in 2016

As we embark on a shiny new year, many of us are resolving to be more of the people we know we can be and bring more of our best selves to our families, friends, communities and organizations. While the studies show a steep drop off in resolution success after the first week, and even […]

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Giving (and Receiving) the Gift of Agility

This holiday season as you begin to transition from the year that is wrapping up to the shiny new one that is about to begin, you will likely be making time for celebration. Hopefully you are also making some time for reflection, regrouping, restoration and re-energizing. In the spirit of the season and all of […]

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Visibility is Overrated

This past week I had a new adventure as a first-time participant in the Peak Performance Ski Racing Camp run by top international coach Dave Gregory at Copper Mountain, Colorado. I’ll share the story of how and why I came back to ski racing in mid-life another time, but did not want to delay sharing […]

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Creating the Agile Organization: Learning to Play Within the Givens

Sitting in the audience during any long-form improvised theatrical performance the importance of memory becomes readily apparent. One of the best-known long-form improvisations, “The Harold,” was developed by Del Close (Halpern, Close, & Johnson, 1994) and is performed several nights a week at Chicago’s IO (formerly Improv Olympic). Based on a single suggestion from the audience the players begin to “jam” together as they explore the interesting dimensions and associations with the suggestion. This jam session may start with a motion, sound, phrase, exclamation or any number of responses.

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Upcoming Public Events

We will post any of Pamela Meyer’s events that are open to the public here. In the meantime, you may enjoy her recent free webinar:

Introduction to Learning Agility and the Brain: Fostering Learner Success in a Changing World

View it here.