Many companies adopt an agile approach expecting increased productivity, lower time to market, and so on. At first, everything might seem straightforward: The company learns about agile, hires an agile coach who helped with the first agile team, then the second, then the third. But somewhere between the second and third teams, things begin to go awry.
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