Purpose: The purpose of this research is to fit the agile strategy in education departments with the knowledge transformation approach using the partial least squares method.
Methodology: The fitness of agile strategy in Fars education departments was adapted to the knowledge transformation approach with the partial least squares technique. Tool is questionnaire. The partial least squares structural equation technique in SMART PLS software is used in this research. The validity and reliability of the questionnaire were confirmed. The population is all managers related to education and organizational decision-making in education and training, 173 people, based on the Morgan table, the statistical sample of the study was 119 people. A simple random method was used to sample the statistical population.
Findings: Agility is divided into 5 main topics: maturity, visionary leadership, structural flexibility, knowledge-oriented and social orientation. Based on the results obtained from the structural equation model, the path coefficient in all hypotheses is higher than 0.3. The significance level in all hypotheses is less than 0.05 (0.000). With confidence of 0.95, it can be said that all the hypotheses were confirmed.
Conclusion: De-complexity, community-oriented, and knowledge-oriented are also considered other pillars of agility Education, as a knowledge-creating organization, works in a coordinated and coordinated manner by creating an agile environment, and in this way, it provides the platform needed to increase the flow of information in order to create new knowledge and increase added value in its economic fields.