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Five strategies to achieve organizational agility.

How do you achieve long-term success in a world that’s always changing? In our global survey of 998 business leaders, we learned that organizational agility was key. Read the report or scroll down to learn about the five strategies top-performing organizations employ to achieve agility at scale.

Prepare your team for what’s ahead.

The differentiator of leading organizations lies in these five key behaviors.

Building agility is up to the C-suite.

Finance Leader

IT Leader

HR Leader

Three-quarters of CFOs believe their company approach to strategy enables them to respond to market shifts. However, legacy technologies and shortage of relevant skills are barriers to the office of finance becoming more agile. See where the CFO ranks compared to C-suite counterparts on their digital transformation journey.
Considered the innovators of the C-suite, CIOs have the most realistic view of the organization. See why the CIO is critical in driving change and leading the way to digital transformation.
For successful digital transformation, you need to keep your employees engaged. HR leaders must break down bureaucracy and instead build an agile culture. See what else HR brings to the table for organizational agility.

Organizational Agility and the CFO: Finance Leading from the Front

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How to Lead Your Organization into a Changing World

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Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites

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Organizational Agility and the CIO: Challenging Bureaucracy, Seeking Integration

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Technology Insights for Your Digital Transformation

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How to Lead Your Organization into a Changing World

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Organizational Agility and the CHRO: Leading the Future Workforce

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How to Lead Your Organization into a Changing World

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2021 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Cloud HCM Suites for 1,000+ Employee Enterprises

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Workday strives to partner with organizations to help deliver digital transformation through innovation and insight.

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What it takes to be agile.

Actively planning for everything.

To quickly respond to change and innovate fast, you need the ability to plan continuously and in real time. Find out what it takes to actively plan and how you compare to your peers when it comes to planning.

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Building a fluid organization.

Leading companies build flexible organizational structures and processes, and can pivot quickly in the face of change. Learn how you can make adaptability your competitive advantage.

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Creating the future workforce.

Since people are every organization’s biggest asset, leading companies are much more likely to have plans for upskilling the majority of their workforce and increasing employee engagement. See what it takes to build a workforce for the future.

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Equipping employees with information.

Staying agile means giving your people the tools and data they need to take decisive action. Learn how you can empower decision-making at every level of the organization.

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Changing course on the fly.

Part of staying agile means knowing when something is working and quickly switching gears when it’s not. Discover ways to measure performance and pivot when needed to avoid risk.

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See where your industry stands on organizational agility.

Financial Services

With organizational agility and the right technology, financial services can unlock new heights of digital growth.


Organizational agility is retailers’ first step to growing digital revenue and adapting to a changing consumer landscape.


If hospitality companies become more agile, they can spend less time wrangling technology and more time on guest experience.


Agile healthcare providers can contend with emerging business models, new ways of working, and increased competition for talent.