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Four strategies for increasing organizational agility

Rapid changes in technology have meant that work environments now demand faster decisions at all levels, creating the type of conditions where fraudsters thrive. Here we look at how organizations and fraud examiners can best face these challenges in an increasingly agile age.

In recent years, leaders have come under pressure to become increasingly agile as businesses seek smarter ways to increase productivity, innovation and customer satisfaction amid rapid technological changes. Not only does that often require prioritizing speed over perfection but it also means improving how leaders make decisions as they struggle to filter important input from a constant stream of content and other kinds of data.

Against that backdrop, fraud examiners and other decision-makers now understand the importance of feedback from all stakeholders — customers, employees and partners included — when finding solutions for complex problems. In short, it’s important to have the right agility framework so organizations can expedite sound decisions, complete projects and quickly gather actionable client or customer feedback. It also helps reduce the risk of fraud.

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