Agile Anti-Patterns

Agile Anti-Pattern: Untrained people, no formal qualification
Pattern Description People are asking basic questions, are slowing down improvements and …
Agile Anti-Pattern: Strangle the roadmap by over-commitment
Pattern Description The backlog contains committed stories (features, capabilities, epics) for the …
Agile Anti-Pattern: What happens in a silo stays in a silo: no E2E view
Pattern Description A silo organization introduces SAFe in the IT silo. And …
Agile Anti-Pattern: The project manager is now called „Scrum Master“.
Pattern Description Scrum Master does (has to do) the one or more …
Anti-Pattern: Water-Scrum
Pattern Description This anti-pattern could be also seen as "phased agile": You …
SAFe Anti-Pattern: Hundreds of stories instead of dozens of business value focussed features.
Pattern Description You now have hundreds of stories, all copied from each …
Agile Anti-Pattern: No clue about change.
Pattern Description Your company follows a very rigid long-running stage-gate process, which …
Agile Anti-Pattern: No vision.
Pattern Description You have lot's of stories converted from an old fashioned …
Agile Anti-Pattern: Sub-contractor stick & carrot approach.
Pattern Description Your IT department is doing pretty good in using Agil, …
A reply on Michael Küster’s agile anti-patterns
https://failfastmoveon.blogspot.com/2019/07/how-agilists-betray-very-nature-of.html While I agree upon the "badness" of Michael's anti-patterns, I would …