supports workforce agility.

Pamela Meyer, Ph.D., is the author of The Agility Shift and developer of The Agility Shift InventoryTM. For over two decades, she has supported Fortune 500 to Fortune 50 companies to help business leaders implement best practices with proven results. Dr. Meyer develops and facilitates interactive courses at Intrapreneurship Academy to empower seasoned and emerging leaders to thrive in an environment characterized by unplanned change and unexpected opportunity.

Translating Agility Practices into Results

Cultures that support agility see business practices and results that translate into more market share, more profitability, bigger retention of customers, reduced time to market, and the ability to retain top talent – which is critical in the midst of a very competitive market. Intrapreneurship Academy's Janice Silver interviewed Dr. Meyer about the importance of developing a culture of agility at an enterprise level for competitive advantage.

Leading With Agility

Now more then ever, organizations need agile leaders who can lead effectively in the midst of rapid change and uncertainty and inspire other leaders at all levels. Dr. Meyer leads two high-engagement and content-rich courses at Intrapreneurship Academy designed to equip high performers for today's dynamic challenges and opportunities.


of executives believe an agile mindset and flexibility are the most important characteristics of today's C-Suite. - Forbes Insights Study

Diana Monk VP Learning Solutions, Charter Communications

It’s funny reflecting on how quickly we were able to move our call center agents to their homes during the pandemic. Our IT team said, ‘If someone had put a project plan in front of us and said how long will it take you to move your call centers to 50 percent at home and 50 percent in the office, the answer would have been somewhere around nine months.' We did it in two weeks because we had to. The lesson on the need for agility is pretty strong.