The Path to Business Agility

The rate of competitive disruption and the emergence of new business models threaten traditional market leaders. Leading businesses must innovate and deliver more effectively than ever. SolutionsIQ has built a path — and has the world’s leading expertise — to help you understand the capabilities of a successful organization and choose the solutions and services that fulfill your organization’s needs and achieve results.


Capabilities are the critical organizational skills and competencies that confer lasting competitive advantage, enabling organizations to outlearn and outperform their competition.

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Our transformation solutions provide high assurance that clients will realize powerful performance and competitive improvements by acquiring the capabilities essential to reach their goals.

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Service Areas

Service areas are the training, consulting, and coaching offerings that we deliver as components of our solution. Many are available à la carte to achieve tactical learning objectives.

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Organizational Adaptability Through Active Executive Sponsorship

Wednesday April 25 (10 AM Pacific, 1 PM Eastern)

Many organizations are on their second, third, fourth and even fifth attempts to implement Agile in an effort to update business processes and reap the benefits of enterprise agility. Despite so many failed attempts, they keep trying – but why? Part of the reason is that the need for Agile transformation is still deeply felt, whereas the approach to implementation has been lacking active executive sponsorship. In this webinar, we discuss how leaders must stop delegating point solutions and start creating an effective organizational change alliance.

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Leadership Effectiveness: Guiding the Way to Business Agility

In this webinar, the second installment in our Business Agility Webinar Series, we delve into what it means to effectively lead in a business agility context. For most organizations, developing the capabilities that comprise business agility will require that their leaders re-shape their understanding of leadership and management, and develop the new skills needed to lead people and manage operations in our radically changing world.

Through decades of research and our own hands-on experience, we know that this kind of change demands more than a behavioral adjustment; it requires a paradigm shift in how leaders think about their role and their organization’s, and how the two blend together. This is Agile leadership in its most essential form.

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White Paper

Unlocking Business Agility

Today, businesses of all kinds face increasing threat of competition and market disruption fueled by advances of the digital age. The need to innovate rapidly and adapt quickly has become pervasive. Business Agility is the way for leading businesses to become learning organizations that deliver fast and responsively, innovate and disrupt markets, and adapt their organization and culture. In this white paper, we define what Business Agility is and how it is embodied in learning organizations. We also examine the unique opportunities and challenges that leadership faces in this endeavor.

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The Capabilities to Unlock Business Agility

With Business Agility, organizations can outlearn and outperform the competition, becoming learning organizations fueled by passionate, empowered individuals. Where are you on your competitive journey? What capabilities do you already know you need to strengthen?  Learn More >

Deliver Fast and Responsively

Innovate and

Adapt Org and Culture

Lead Through Complexity

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Behavior-Driven Development: Simplifying the Complex Problem Space