You're not the only one. It happens. Agile is hard to implement and sometimes you end up at a situation where your best move would be to ctrl-alt-del and start again.
We’ve seen it happen due to implementing Agile “By The Book” without pragmatic consideration/adaptation to the context, TOO much adaptation without the right experience to know what’s important to keep and what can be adapted, or by looking at it just as a “Team”-level process rather than an organizational change.
Let us help you do it right this time. We will start by figuring out what went wrong, identify the key success factors that will help you succeed, establish a plan you and your team believe in, and help you implement it.
If you’re looking to reboot your Agile process, let’s talk about your options:
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