HR Committee: Agility: why having this capability in your organization is so critical

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Agility: why having this capability in your organization is so critical


We are living in a time of great change. Bigger change. Faster change. More complex change. More cross-functional change. At the same time, we are more connected and processing more information than we ever have had in the past. In Japan in particular, ageing demographics, government-driven reform of work, technological disruption and a record rate of merger and acquisitions in 2018 are forcing organizations to adapt and change with increasing speed and velocity. 

The winners of the future will be those that can out-change the competition and the market. Business leaders have a growing recognition of the imperative for an agile organization, but there is still a gap in understanding what agility means and what attributes agile organization possess. As an example, many leaders equate agility with an ability to change strategy and operations. While this is part of the equation, a larger part is developing the mindset within the people to desire to accept and adopt numerous adaptations.

If you wish to know more about organizational agility and how HR can contribute to developing a strategic capability for change, come listen to Prosci’s EVP of global business, Mark Dorsett, for what promises to be an insightful and mind-changing lunch seminar!


About Change Management and Organizational Agility

According to studies from the Project Management Institute (PMI), to forge that agility, successful organizations are aggressively reshaping their culture and business practices on a three-pronged front:

  • Rigorous change management to better adapt to shifting market conditions
  • More collaborative and robust risk management
  • Increased use of standardized project, program and portfolio practices

Prosci’s research shows that most organizations recognize Change Management Capability as a crucial enabler but also shows that this is the weaker pillar for many.

The business environment is changing at an unprecedented pace. Yet some organizations manage

that volatility better than others through aggressive Change Management. Organizations effective at Change Management are more agile, not only reducing the impact of external changes, but also capitalizing on the opportunities they may present.



About the speaker

Ron Stewart, Executive Director at Prosci Canada, brings over 35 years of business and corporate development experience, including 20 years as a C-level executive with a proven track record for implementing change and driving corporate performance.
Ron has an extensive background in working inside of large consultancy and smaller, boutique operations and has worked with many Fortune 500 organizations in the implementation of enterprise IT solutions.
Involved with Change Management for over 20 years and a frequent speaker at corporate and association events, Ron assists Leadership teams in understanding what it takes to bring Change Management into their organization in a meaningful way.


About Ataway

Ataway has been helping organizations with their global transformation projects in Japan since 2007 and their consultants have been introducing and promoting change for over a decade already. Adequately managing change is critical to ensuring that a business initiative achieves its targeted benefits. Developing organizational agility and a strong change capability is critical for companies to compete in an ever-changing market. Ataway is partnering with Prosci to provide world-standard change management solutions to customers in Japan.



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