Executives: there are many reasons for agility. You already know this.
Check out https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/whyg... - you decide which reasons are better for your context, some reasons are better than others.
See my change story for agility at https://www.scrum.org/resources/blog/what-organizational-agility-3rd-edition.
The people we need in new teams/teams-of-teams need to support a fresh mindset.
The chase for clarity doesn't lead to good outcomes.
If you think you can/should "kick the can down the road", not take agility seriously, or dilute its effects so you can "tick the box" of copying your competitors, think again.
I believe Cynefin provides the main reason that strategy leads to increased risk. Treat complexity with simplicity, not best practice.
Check out https://bit.ly/HBRCynefin.
But, be careful. Arranging agility within each function might not lead to good outcomes either. If you started there, have a look at how to progress out of there to a better place.
Why not inspire your people to move with you? #agility #cynefin #scrum #kanban #complexity #agile #agileleadership