Agility: inhibitors

Factors that inhibit Agility

Those environmental and personal factors can inhibit the ability to develop and use agility:

  • Restrictions on access to information
  • Confidence that the best approach in already known and always knowable
  • Intolerance to risks and uncertainties
  • Lack of diversity
  • Resistance to change
  • Passive reliance on approved planning, models, methods
  • Optimized process and investment with lack of basic research and experimentation and exploration

And also:

  • Fear of failure and disincentives
  • Lack of proper education and training
  • A model of the reality that is over simplistic
  • A narrow view of self
  • Stove-piped organizations




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