agile transformation done wrong. four common anti-patterns

I spent an average of 110 days a year in "agile transformation" workshops in different industries and regions in the last decade.Here four anti-patterns I see, where managers going agile get stuck frequently:1. AGILE MEANS CHAOTICTaking small decisions in frequent, fast iterations means one arm is always on the wheel while you drive. This could feel chaotic. But only if you lack the basic process knowledge about how to organize for flow, which allows you to steer smoothly through rough waters.

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