If you're not getting what you want from Agile, these signs might explain why.
Agility is the ability for development teams to respond quickly, deliver value sooner, and change your product along with changing customer needs and market opportunities. Implementations of agility vary widely, but we see a common problem: Most organizations, at least initially, get mired in the details of various Agile techniques. They start implementing a new framework, such as Scrum, and soon they're spending a lot of time and energy discussing the intricacies of pair programming, test-driven-development, or the mechanics of a Sprint Review. We lose the forest for the trees.