Agilely [adverb]

Definition of Agilely:

gently, effortlessly

Opposite/Antonyms of Agilely:

Sentence/Example of Agilely:

They weren’t designed to be agile and help us solve customers’ problems during times like these.

We need to be even more agile during the second wave currently hitting Europe.

An agile marketing team’s initial goal is typically to release a minimum viable product and then test the waters and see how a select segment of your market responds.

“This bird hunts in forests, so it’s super agile,” says Enrico Ajanic, a doctoral student and roboticist at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne.

The size-small 29er that I tested felt as agile as an aircraft carrier and just as effortful to get moving.

An agile marketer can “read the room” quickly and on an ongoing basis to inform incremental decisions and make adjustments as the plan is implemented.

This 5-inch model is especially agile, with a balanced feel and nice weight despite its small stature.

Key to this is unlocking a more agile business model, one of the primary drivers for this year’s rapid shift towards cloud .

Because of this, business operations had to embrace agile planning, going from monthly cycles to even weekly cycles, as Nick Wilsdon pointed out during a Circle meeting.

Then we’ll discuss the types of companies that benefit from agile and the level of agile adoption we’ve seen in different size organizations.