When disruptive events happen, organisations need to observe, react and respond FAST. Some companies around the world got on their feet, reacted fast and flexible. In this report we analysed 10 examples you can learn from.
Before we move on let's first define the agility concept. Agile originated in the early 2000s as a decision and management framework in software. It is an organisation's ability to assess the changing market conditions, respond quickly and, as a result, gain an advantage over its competitors.
We've looked at 10 companies that assessed their new situation, re-allocated their resources and took MASSIVE action.
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