Organisational Agility

Embedding the systems, methods and mindsets for agility to flourish

A "Kin" showing organisational agility by jumping rope

Embedding Agility in your context

Building organisational agility is best started at a small scale so you can concentrate on clear outcomes and manageable changes that can have a measurable impact on agility. In our experience, organisations will tend to start by doing at least one of these three things: 

  • Experimenting with ways of working – adopting practices that support agility 
  • Shifting mindsets – creating an intention for agility to become a core characteristic of the organisation’s culture 
  • Redesigning the system – hardwiring agility within the operating system 

Steering you towards the path of Organisational Agility through:


Start small with new practices and self-management. We’ll help identify the best agile techniques for you and guide safe, experimental growth. Our coaching is tailored to your teams, helping you overcome obstacles, break down barriers, and rethink operations

Shifting Mindsets

Agility requires the right mindsets, agility-focused goals, and tools to overcome barriers like psychological safety. We help shape your culture by articulating an agility vision and purpose. Custom development programs and mentoring keep leaders focused on growing agile methods. 

Redesigning Systems

Hardwiring agility into your system is crucial. We diagnose barriers and work with you to design and implement agile operating models tailored to your needs. We support continuous, participatory design and help devise adaptive governance strategies. 

Agility Thinking

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Organisational Agility
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