What does agile look like for you?

We’ve helped some of the world’s largest companies take their strongest step to agile. Our expertise mitigates the risk and uncertainty surrounding agile to give you the information and structure you need to usher in a successful transition.

The start to agile should begin by thinking about your people; understanding the behaviours needed to work fluidly and identifying the future leaders and employees who have the potential to successfully make the transition. We look at the diverse skill set specific to your organisation, define the necessary levels of aptitude and then undertake capability and motivation assessments to ascertain which of your existing employees are ready to lead the way, and who may require training in order to transition to agile.

Using the data from our assessments we create an agile framework, giving you a clear plan for assembling a workforce structured into the responsive and multi-skilled teams that agile demands.

By partnering with Chemistry we’ll provide you with the answers to the biggest questions.

— What does agile look like for my organisation?
— What is the capability gap between the present
and an agile future?
— Can our existing employees address this gap?
— What interventions are needed to align the
workforce to the agile framework?

And the greatest one of all, will it work? To which the answer is emphatically, yes.
There is such a thing as the cost of a bad hire. There is such a thing as a cost to low engagement. Time is money – especially in an agile environment and hiring and developing is expensive, especially if you don't get it right. Chemistry helps you get it right the first time. From every angle it's an investment well spent.
Financial Services, North America
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