You don’t have to look too hard to find articles about the impending, or even already complete, death of agile. The general gist of these articles all seems to be that agility has evolved from its initial conception into a consultant’s toolbox of frameworks to rigidly to apply to organizations without any consideration for whether or not the framework fits. Agile has become a noun rather than an adjective.

Agilists talk about the rituals, processes, and roles as if those things are agility.