How organisations prevent themselves from being Agile.

This video presents my speech about "How organisations prevent themselves from being Agile." I provided this talk for the virtual conference ScrumDay Ukraine on May 2nd, 2020.

Agile Transformation is a kind of journey, knowing why we are aiming towards some points is crucial. I discuss several anti-patterns while adopting Agile into an organisation. By all means, there are more pitfalls I did not mention. I focused on these I frequently meet while working with customers. When you observe these situations or maybe different, be alerted, make this transparent to your customer. Inform about possible undesirable results. Otherwise, it would deepen the crisis and lead to fake Agile.

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