Collective Agility

If we fail to adapt to constantly changes parameters and conditions, we wouldn’t succeed. If we fail to learn from our shared experiences with others, we would all falter. If we fail to change, we fail.

When navigating in our work with a group of people, the shared capacity to rethink, reframe, reposition and react is a tremendous asset for the group’s agility to succeed. With this agility, each will tend to make the other even better in their contributions to the end result. Without this agility, each or several of the group will simply go off on their own. A collective and shared agility across many perspectives is the key differentiator of success.

A collective agility combines many factors for optimum success with each individual mindful of their balance and the balance of the group. Agility across social, emotional, intellectual, experiential and egotistical capacities to name some of the the more prominent ones. To move forward and upward together with these agilities, the balance is overtly adapted within the group for a resulting purpose together.

The full balance of agilities across the group is rare, but powerful. Know why, when how and what role you will play and how will you adapt over and over again to promote the collective success of the group.

“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent of the species that survives, it is the one that is the most adaptable to change.” — Charles Darwin —


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