Chances are that you’ve seen a company get on the bandwagon of agile adoption, transformation, and digitization. Regardless of what marketing phrase is used, “going agile” is becoming more of a commodity and expected tactic rather than a differentiator. If you are not agile, then you must be everything negative that is its antonym: waterfall, traditional, and old-school. Companies of various sizes spend a lot of time trying to apply agility into their operating model; some overhauling a lot, while others try to pick and choose only what they believe will benefit them. The latter is usually where the problems start.