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Revealed: the four essentials of organisational agility

The benefits of agility are clear to those who’ve experienced it: alert, aware and inclusive teams; quicker response times to customer needs and competitive changes; and being able to unlock creativity and ingenuity.
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How can transport reset strategic planning to cope with an uncertain world?

A reset of strategic planning in transport is key to dealing with sector disruption. By better using data, and by building adaptability into major portfolios and programmes, the transport sector can successfully deliver on its commitments.
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Solving complex challenges: Diversity and agility go hand-in-hand

As organisations turn to agility to solve today’s challenges, they must harness their diversity to drive innovation and transformation, and to create opportunity from complexity.
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The evolution of the agile organisation

Organisational agility drives success in uncertain times. In a world of rapid change, agile organisations unlock ingenuity to drive growth and improve performance.
Time to re-evaluate your learning function?
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Time to re-evaluate your learning function?

Thinking holistically about your learning function drives real value for your people – and your organisation
Time to re-evaluate your learning function?
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To achieve breakthrough innovation, embrace a new way to lead

Fearless leaders adapt to change, driving breakthrough innovation across their organisation by embracing a new way to lead.
Re-thinking Corporate Services in an uncertain world: How the back office can be adaptable to uncertainty and change
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Re-thinking Corporate Services in an uncertain world: How the back office can be adaptable to uncertainty and change

During the pandemic, organisations transformed their front offices, but this transformation didn’t flow through to the back office. How can the back office catch up?
Re-thinking Corporate Services in an uncertain world: How the back office can be adaptable to uncertainty and change
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How women end up doing 'invisible' office housework

PA Consulting’s Ed Fox, people and change expert, comments on how ‘invisible’ office housework is often deferred to the female or junior team members.
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08 November 2022
Invisible office housework
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Keeping people safe through the power of behavioural science and data science

A better way is needed to understand and improve the link between people’s behaviours and improved safety performance of organisations.
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Take it from the top: how leaders can spearhead transport’s move to agility

By embracing organisational agility, transport organisations will pave the way for the sector to become a responsive, dynamic force for good.
Train on railway bridge over roads