Design of transformation initiatives implementing organisational agility: an empirical study

  title={Design of transformation initiatives implementing organisational agility: an empirical study},
  author={Ivan Kovynyov and Axel Buerck and Ralf Mikut},
  journal={SN Business \& Economics},
This study uses 125 responses from companies of all sizes predominantly headquartered in Germany, Switzerland, France and UK to reveal perceptions of the drivers of organisational agility. It further investigates current understanding of managing principles of multiple organisational dimensions such as culture, values, leadership, organisational structure, processes and others to achieve greater organisational agility. The data set is disaggregated into four major profiles of agile… 
Open Research Online Tensions in Organisations Transforming to Agility
  • Business
  • 2022
Transforming into an agile organisation is challenging because it involves complex changes across the organisation including changes to strategy, structure, culture, operations, and technology.


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