Lean Talent: Agility to Meet Sustainability

Remember the feeling of relief you got when you passed an exam with the grade you wanted? Or, when you handed in a project you had been working on for a long time.

In contrast is the time when you did not get the grade you wanted on the exam. Or, when you failed to hand in the project. You felt tension and discomfort.

To be agile is to respond timely to one’s environment. You need to train your capacity to heighten all your senses and thinking to adapt to your situation. So that you position your behavior and your language, consciously shifting your course of action. Agility is easy to grasp when you consider sports. But now let’s preview the models available to understand it from the mind perspective.