For more than a decade, the agile manifesto and principles stir up organisations. Agile, SCRUM, Kanban, the spotify model, .... they disrupt ongoing business. Companies change their methodologies and SDLC to benefit from the numerous advantages of the agile mindset.
The result is less appealing: the ride is often bumpy, there's a lot of resistence and the change takes longer than expected. Even worse, when we drill down to the numbers, we notice that projects are not managed in a better way: they're not drastically deliverd better or faster.
What are the elements that prevent a good agile approach? And what can we do - as individuals but also as organizations - to enjoy the benefits of an agile approach?