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Organisational agility as competitive advantage: a systematic literature review
Maria Franco (Maria Franco); Leandro F. Pereira (Pereira, L.); Álvaro Dias (Dias, Á.); Ana Ferreira (Ferreira, A.); Rui Vinhas da Silva (Vinhas da Silva, Rui);
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International Journal of Agile Systems and Management
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Agility is the ability of an organisation to respond dynamically to changes in market demand, to a business climate characterised by a high degree of uncertainty, and to global scenarios that are constantly being updated. The organisation must adopt agile practices as a core value to respond to changing needs of customers, the environment, and stakeholders, to maintain a better market position against competitors (Butt et al., 2021). Although there are many studies on the definition of agility and how it can benefit organisations through competitive advantage, in the recurrent literature there are still some gaps regarding its conceptualisation, and a lack of commitment of systematic reviews to better understand the "state of the art" of the subject. The objective of this study is to address this gap, study the evolution of investigations on agility as a competitive advantage of organisations, and carry out a systematic review of the literature.
agile,agility,organisational agility,competitive advantage,VUCA,volatility,uncertainty,complexity and ambiguity