A group of software developers created agile methodology in the early 2000s with the goal of helping project teams achieve objectives quickly in rapidly changing or unpredictable environments. Many large-scale companies are utilizing agile methodology, but implementation doesn’t always lead to success. This HBR article explores where efforts go awry in high-profile strategic initiatives, and shares three of the mistakes often made that can undermine potentially agile teams from the beginning. It also dives into two core principles that can help, such as discovering the “hidden stars” within your team and making the most of their talent. Download this article to learn how you can deepen connections and experiences in ways that will ultimately pay off for your company.