agility


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the quality or state of being mentally agile

Synonyms for agility

the gracefulness of a person or animal that is quick and nimble

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Agility chairwoman Henadi Al Saleh said: "Green technology is a major focus of our investment strategy, and we're always on the lookout for dynamic new businesses that can revolutionise the supply chain to help protect the planet."
Tarek Sultan, Agility Vice Chairman and CEO, said: "We had a good second quarter despite the tough environment we operate in.
Darrell Gifford, Vice President & Managing Director, Agility DGS (Middle East & Africa) + 971 4 813 1433 * dgifford@agility.com
A major player in the region, Agility's primary business is commercial logistics.
Agility's annual survey of more than 500 supply chain industry professionals shows logistics executives are upbeat about the 2019 emerging markets growth outlook, but fearful that trade tensions, currency and interest rate volatility, and Brexit could trigger a crisis.
According to Pulakos, agile teams require "ARA, Adaptability, Resilience, and Agility." Teams need to "handle emergencies, switch gears, exhibit continuous learning, and adapt to different cultures and environments."
Agility has a globally recognized corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, covering humanitarian logistics, community volunteerism, fair labor and environmental sustainability.
Upon closing, Agility Health would add more freestanding outpatient physical therapy clinics, a contracted therapy business as well as proprietary clinic management software (AgileRPM), to Alliance PT's portfolio, among other things.
Because many companies use learning agility as an identifier of high potential, we decided to focus on instruments to aid in the process.
Nowadays, soccer is a highly demanding game in which the soccer players are exposedto numerous actions that require overall strength and power production, speed, agility, balance, flexibility, stability, and the adequate level of endurance (Bloomfield et al., 2007; Krustrup et al., 2005; Jovanovic et al., 2011).
Why do these misconceptions of agility exist and how can they be overcome?
"Soaring Soren: When French Bulldogs Fly" is the unlikely but inspiring story of the author's French bulldog, Soren, and his dauntless quest to become an agility champion despite his breed and handicaps.
The concept of agility has seen many changes of definition in the last 60 years.
Agility is the ability to maintain or control body position while quickly changing direction during a series of movements.