Are Nash Equilibriums Killing Agile Initiatives?

It is worse than that. B and C might have to reorganize to the extent that they cease to exist in order for the company to reap the benefits of Agile. For example, a company may no longer need a Project Management Department, because though Agile teams have leaders, they don’t necessarily have project managers. Of course, the Project Management Department will oppose such changes.

Interesting insights in here. In anti-spam, we called this kind of thing a “flag day” and if your solution required one, it was dead in the water. Should be easier to change a single organization than the entire SMTP-conversing universe, however ;-)