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Agile and flexible

In a rapidly changing environment it is often difficult to see which direction developments are taking. So organisations need to constantly adapt to and be aware of what is going on 'outside'. Agility and flexibility can help.
Employee teaches team about working agile and flexible

Think of technological advances, the energy transition, employment issues and rapidly changing social values: all of these create a dynamic environment for organisations. Which direction developments are going to take is a constant concern. Organisations therefore need to be constantly adaptable and have a clear understanding what is going on 'outside'. Setting a course is now more important than ever but making the right decisions is far from easy.

Sustained success through agile and flexible work

We can help you to develop an agile organisation so that you can sustain success in a turbulent and uncertain environment. Agile organisations have the advantage because they: (1) can respond flexibly to market changes; (2) see opportunities and seize them in good time; and (3) can counter threats quickly.

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What we do

Integrated approach

Becoming an agile and flexible organisation demands an integrated approach. To do this we combine programme and change management with specialist knowledge across many different domains:


Setting strategic goals, applying them in departments and teams, and steering so that short-cycle decisions and adjustments can be made locally.


Organising multidisciplinary teams around chains, giving people dynamic roles and decentralising their room to manoeuvre and make decisions.


Agility requires a different approach to leadership. Think of splitting hierarchical, functional and operational leadership.

The power to change

Getting the organisation behind you, mobilising staff and influencing behaviour does not happen automatically; you need to specifically apply change competences.


Constantly improving the organisation on the basis of technological insights, along with demarcating responsibility for innovation within organisations.


Some competences are becoming more important, such as ownership, flexibility and creativity, depending on the context. Identifying and developing these competences is vital, even in a tight labour market.