Stage One: Agile IQ® 0-48
Your overall Agile IQ® score puts you in Stage One Composability. Stage One composability suggests that you have a number of people focussed on business transformation, but relative to other organisations, your overall ability to adapt effectively to change and be resilient is likely still fairly low.
Up to 6 months or more
Once a year
Stage One organisations are typically efficient. They rely on talented people to spring into action when change impacts the organisation. Unfortunately, because this capability isn’t embedded beyond specific individuals, a company’s agility isn’t yet scalable and success isn’t repeatable.
Starting with guardrails for self-management is a critical first step. Leadership should begin by moving from a plan-driven, approval based governance processes to a framework that supports distributed, emergent, and empirical decision-making. Decision-latency is a key factor in improving a company’s ability to adapt rapidly to change.
86% of business transformations fail. Don't make decisions based on "gut instinct". Base growth on data that compares you to other companies and their successful actions for improvement. Agile IQ® provides you with this data.
Your Agile IQ® score shows that you may have traditional management behaviours in place over guardrails for self-management. These enable faster decision-making and improve responsiveness to change.
Your Agile IQ® score suggests that while there is some agile growth across your company, there may still be some competing priorities holding you back from improving your agility to adapt effectively to change.
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