Organisational agility and its perceived benefits from Australian perspectives

schedule May 30th 02:05 - 02:50 PM place G6 max25 people 8 Interested

Organisational agility helps businesses to sustain their competitive advantage and contributes to business success. It accelerates shared knowledge and learning processes that meet the pace of rapid environmental change. Despite the awareness of agile application, perceived benefits about significant characteristics of organisational agility have not been fully investigated. This research aims to explore and report relationships between 20 agile characteristics and 15 perceived benefits from the perspectives of Australian industry sectors. Descriptive and correlation statistics were employed to establish the background of 36 research respondents and to indicate relationships of the studied variables. Degrees of correlation were closely examined. The research results showed that only some benefits of organisational agility were perceived and linked to the essential characteristics of agility. The research also found different combinations of organisational agility that constructed individual perceived benefits.

 
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Outline/Structure of the Case Study

This presentation will share a 2018 PMI Publication and other research completed in 2018 on the relationships between 20 agile characteristics and 15 perceived benefits from the perspectives of Australian industry sectors. Descriptive and correlation statistics were employed to establish the background of 36 research respondents and to indicate relationships of the studied variables.

Learning Outcome

Awareness of the benefits and characteristics of organisational agility and which of these should be focused on to improve organisational agility.

Discussion on the importance of Agile methods and Project Portfolio Management and how these can support organisational Agility.

Target Audience

Agile Leadership

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