Abandon Faux Agile & Dark Agile

In so many cases teams or management declares they are "agile" but are not really agile in the sense of the Agile Manifesto, but using that as a crutch to produce poor quality software with no discipline.  Ron Jeffries, signer of the Agile Manifesto says "stop it"

"[Agile adoptions] often lead to more interference with developers, less time to do the work, higher pressure, and demands to "go faster". This is bad for the developers, and, ultimately, bad for the enterprise as well, because doing "Agile" poorly will result, more often than not, in far more defects and