An agile company structure is a decentralized and flexible approach to organizing a business. It is based on the principles of agile software development, which emphasizes adaptive planning, evolutionary development, and delivery of working product incrementally.
In an agile company structure, teams work in small, self-organizing units that are empowered to make decisions and respond quickly to changing market conditions. The focus is on delivering value to customers through rapid iteration and continuous improvement. Contrast agile company structures with functional organization structures.
Agile structures also tend to be flat, with minimal hierarchy and bureaucracy, and emphasize open communication and collaboration across all levels of the organization.
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