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Sterling Bank wins Africa’s agility award


Sterling Bank Plc has won the Agility Award for Africa at the 2018 World Agility Forum.

The World Agility Forum is a global programme where individuals and organisations are recognised for their efforts and commitment towards achieving agility through initiatives such as saving millions in project budgets, reducing production costs and applying processes that bring more value to customers.

In a statement, the award organisers said Sterling Bank clinched the Agility Award for Africa due to its streamlined focus in applying agile principles, which have led to outstanding results for their employees and customers.

Commenting on the award, Executive Director, Corporate and Investment Banking, Sterling Bank, Yemi Odubiyi, said the bank had to re-align its corporate culture to achieve agility.

Founder, World Agility Forum, Hugo Lourenzo said his dream is for companies to accelerate their evolution by truly empowering their people and focusing on what really matters through agility.

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