Technology agility among accounting graduates and faculty is required by AACSB in Standard A5. Similarly, recent CPA exam changes call for emphasis on data analytics, digital acumen, and a strong foundation in technology in order to prepare new CPAs to deal with emerging technologies. This article provides a resource for accounting faculty and program leaders who are embracing technology agility. It explains the role of technology agility as a leading indicator of business agility and addresses the curricular components to which accounting educators are expected to apply it. The growth mindset in both faculty and students is discussed. The shared pedagogical concerns in information systems and data analytics disciplines are described. Design thinking is introduced as an approach to develop growth mindset, a creative thinking tool and a strategy follow. Faculty and academic unit leaders are encouraged to practice technology agility in accounting and to embrace it in all courses.