11:00 am - 12:30 pm (Eastern Time)
Marriott used to have the most rental listing, but now it’s AirBnB and it’s not even close. The taxi company thought their competitors were other taxi companies. Younger adults are now doing more cash transactions on Venmo then on any other single mobile platform. How does a company like Fujifilms pivot to another profitable line of business, while a company like Kodak goes from billions to bankrupt?
This session explores the concepts of Business Agility, the ability for a company to quickly adapt to market conditions both internally and externally.
We will start by exploring the need for business agility and explore what companies have done to enable business agility. From there, we will showcase some of the key concepts that enable business agility. This includes:
- Agile concepts and methods
- Design thinking
- Lean startup
- Business Design Models
This session is interactive and will have a couple of videos as well. Upon completion, attendees will understand the need for business agility and have some tools to help their organizations align their next moves.
- What Business Agility is
- The Need for Business Agility
- Practices that enable Business Agility
|Level||Intermediate||Delivery||Group live presented online due to COVID-19|
|CPE(NASBA Category)||Business Management & Organization||Reviewer||Wade Tetsuka, CPA|
|CAE (Field of Study)||Strategic Management||CPE/CAE Credits||1.5|
|Prerequisites and advance preparation needed||Some management experience||Cost||$0.00|
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