70-80% of the projects are still executed in the classic or hybrid way
Retraining an entire organization in agile methods is very often the cornerstone of agile transformation for many companies. Agile frameworks help to scale agile mindsets and methodologies at the company level. However, if we consider an interim balance, we sometimes observe a discrepancy between the originally anticipated goals (faster, more agile, more responsive, customer-centric, etc.) and actual benefits achieved.
The reasons for this are usually the same: Agile, scaled methods simply do not fit across an entire organization or in all projects, at least for most companies.
Although companies like Spotify serve several sales markets (omnichannel), it is and will remain a company with only one product. You can learn a lot from such companies, but unfortunately you can’t transfer all practices from such a company to other organizations due to the unique aspects of their product. As a counter example, we have insurance companies with 200 products and 500-800 applications. A completely different league where a targeted agilization of 20-30% is already optimistic. For the most part, 70-80% of projects are still being executed either classically or via hybrid approaches.