Agile Neuro-Index is a scientific measurement to assess the level of brain agility potential of leaders and organizations.
Organizational agility depends on the agility of leaders across the organization. Agile leaders are able to demonstrate an ongoing exploration of new thinking and practice to adapt to turbulence, anticipate potential disruptions, and initiate change. Leadership agility is rooted in the leader’s brain capacity to respond quickly and flexibly toward volatilities, uncertainties, complexities, and ambiguities. This capacity is called brain agility.
Agile Neuro-Index is a scientific measurement to assess the level of brain agility potential of leaders and organizations. Its components are based on the latest findings of global research in the field of neuroscience and cognitive psychology across > 40,000 people in more than 25 countries. Having 91% user accuracy in detecting the mental pattern underlying behavioral response to change among corporate leaders, it provides:
Organizational Agile Index, which measures the brain agility level of the organization and the average index score of each agility domain
Individual Agile Score, which is an individual score of a leader’s brain agility and the leadership agility rank across the organization
Agile Neuro-Behavior, which reveals the predominant neuro-behavioral pattern underlying the agility level of both individual and organization
Using brain-computer interface (BCI), Agile Neuro-Index detects and measures 32 brain capacity to be agile in response to changing environments which is categorized into 8 domains:
Receptivity; ability to tolerate and feel comfortable with ambiguity and uncertainty
Adaptability; self-efficacy and flexibility to cope with adversity and rapid change
Creativity; capacity to think ‘out-of-the-box’ to generate valuable novel solutions
Intrapreneurship; propensity to take initiative and risk to seize the opportunity and deliver result
Progression; focus on learning and growth in obtaining goals and responding to change
Self-Motivation; internal drive to engage in tasks that are challenging and meaningful
Empathy; capacity to experience concern and understanding of others' thoughts and emotions
Collaboration; ability to collaborate flexibly with a cross-functional team to achieve common goals