Agility office solutions
How will we work tomorrow? It is a topic on everyone’s lips, but hardly anyone asks the question, ‘How do we create more and new corporate values?’ A turning point lies ahead: it is time to rethink work methods and forms of organization, and to move away from established routines.
"The successful companies of tomorrow are driven by curiosity and creativity. They create new values for the company by recognizing their employees’ untapped skills, redefining work and identifying new possibilities."
Agile working originates from the ‘Manifest for Agile Software Development’ written in 2001, and is today much more than just a buzzword. Derived from digital technology, this organizational and work philosophy differs radically from the practices of most traditional companies. Agility is not an end in itself. While many firms have successfully introduced agile processes, others have failed and returned to previous structures. Agile working is no solution if it does not suit the company and brings no improvements. Companies that wish to adopt agile methods must undergo a major cultural and organizational transition, while also adapting their offices to these new work processes.