The faster economy is creating more demand. Are you struggling to keep up with the pace of demand? Despite securing funding and setting up more teams to start more projects you are not delivering any faster. Your digital transformation is capable of delivering some changes quickly but any change of substance is slow. Your organisational functional silos are not helping you deliver faster and keep pace.
You want to deliver better, faster and cheaper but how do you start?
In the last 16 years 52% of the fortune 500 companies have disappeard.
The average corporate life expectancy is around 15 years, compared to 75 years in 1955
We want a personalised on demand service that is available everywhere and on any channel of our choosing, the faster economy is here and the organisations who embrace faster learning will build their agility capabilities with resilience and will be fit to navigate the faster economy and the uncertainty that it entails.
We are the agility specialists. We promise commercially relevant expertise delivered by experienced practitioners who will help your organisation be fitter for the faster economy and achieve the business outcomes that achieve your objectives by making the way you deliver a little better everyday. Our engagements have the right blend of consultancy, training and coaching tailored to your specific situation and needs,
You want better agility, we'd love to help you achieve it, faster.
We have helped large and small organisations in private and public sector to reduce their time to market using lean and agile methods and our integrative approach to suit the exact client needs. We help clients accelerate their agility and grow.
Value Glide drove a huge proportion of the coaching and mentoring, whilst being hands on for delivery as well. - Without this significant contribution, some of the rest of the team would never have got it - or been successful.
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I had the pleasure of working with Nader at Sportingbet where he was instrumental in moving the company's development process to a leaner, more agile practice.
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