The building blocks of agility are:
In a team, that means:
- Get everyone aligned
- Keep distractions to a minimum
- Balance the work across the team to utilize everyone’s unique skill sets
- Instill a practice of flexibility to adapt to changes in priority and business need
- Determine the most efficient way of completing the project
Agility implies a lot of characteristics that businesses covet. It looks easy only if a person has trained hard for it. Agility is not about a methodology, it is a developed skill. To do it successfully within a team environment requires a framework for everyone to follow.
Agility can be achieved in many ways with training and coordination. At PlantoAction we provide a project delivery framework that allows the team to stay focused, maintain balance, adapt as needed and deliver as fast as possible. We have a playbook and we practice and train to the playbook. The playbook is adapted as needed to support different types of projects. Lots of consulting firms have experts that demonstrate agility. Our key differentiator is that we use our playbook to quickly form a team of experts that exhibit agility. And we want that team anchored by your people.