Agility is Based on Competition and Survival

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Agility is Based on Competition and Survival
lindy, Student (University), Australia

The theory of agility is framed on the concepts of competitive survival methods.
While such theories may have been appropriate in the past, serving the winners and keeping the losers in their place, the recent and perpetually continuing financial crisis has tested the validity of such concepts as competition, survival of the fittest and agility.
If we examine agility from the animal kingdom environment, survival of the fittest does not come at the expense of survival of the smartest or the weakest in that environment. The concept of agility therefore needs to be re-evaluated in a visionary way - moving away from survival of the fittest at the expense of smartest and weakest in society.



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