Thank you for contributing to the Business Agility Library. Please take a moment to read and understand what we are trying to do here;
At the Business Agility Institute (BAI), we believe that the next generation of companies are here. And they are agile, innovative and dynamic – perfectly designed to thrive in today’s unpredictable markets. Our goal is to advocate for, connect, & inspire these organizations to co-create an environment of knowledge & trust so that every company in the world can be part of the future of business.
This Library reflects the real-world challenges and stories of our members. It is intended to be a systemic, yet living, interactive document that provided companies with insights into business agility as well as practical guides and solutions on their journey.
The Library is not designed to be read as a book. Rather it is an interactive guide that allows individuals to find the information that is relevant to them at any point in time. Therefore, it is designed to allow visitors to dive straight to relevant content via the 13 Domains of Business Agility – as well as separate entry points by Industry and Function.
Therefore, if I’m the head of HR, I’ll spend most of my time on the HR Function section. If I’m in the Energy sector, I’ll spend most of my time in the Energy Industry. If I’m running a restructure, I might go straight to the Structural Agility domain.
There is a lot of content that exists in multiple places. Therefore, the content that you contribute in the Library will either be “guidance” or an “insight”.
Insights can come in multiple forms and formats. At the moment we’re looking for Case studies, Books Reviews, and Reference Papers. There is no restriction on content format. If you want to provide an article (text), link, video, or infographic – it’s all welcome.
Our singular value is to be Trustworthy . That is to be credible (to share content that is unbiased, independent, accurate, and well-researched), reliable (to always be there for our audience when they need us), and intimate (to share content that is specific and relevant to each reader).
From this key value, we are open to receiving any content from our members within the context of our four practical principles;
The majority of content within the Business Agility Library is required to be licensed as Creative Commons (Share Alike + Attribution) . We discourage the use of “No Derivatives” and “Noncommercial” Creative Commons terms for two reasons;
There are a few exceptions that are allowed;
All members have the ability to recommend guidance or insights to the Business Agility Library. To be formally accepted, material will generally go through a peer review process by the Institute.
Editors will be reviewing content for the following three characteristics;
All content in the Business Agility Library is open to be translated. Due to the nature of the translation process, idioms and metaphors may be changed to keep the intent intact. However, it is the obligation of the translator to ensure that the information, story flow and intent behind the original content in accurately maintained.
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