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Business agility through work practices and business processes are a few of the things that characterize highly successful businesses, according to a new survey of corporate senior executives recently conducted by IBM.LAS VEGAS -- IBM has released results of a survey of senior executives that sheds new light on what organizations need to do to increase their ability to compete in the global marketplace.
IBM officials discussed the results of this survey at the IBM Impact 2010 conference here. The event runs May 2-7.
According to a new study from the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV), entitled "A New Way of Working: Insights from Global Leaders," which surveyed 275 global executives, those companies that are significantly outperforming in their industries have focused on driving business agility, through work practices and business processes that help their organizations become more dynamic, collaborative, and connected.