The method wars are over and Agile has won. But just like any war, peace time comes with its own set of problems and issues. As Agile becomes the de-facto way teams build software the impact on the other processes and systems become widespread. For many organizations that results in Water-scrum-fall with traditional processes of planning and release management being run in a traditional manner and development uses a different approach[i]. Even for organizations that are more Agile in nature the resulting process, though labeled Agile, are a mix of processes and practices. The reality is that Agile will always be a mix of different practices. Which leads organizations to a serious problem, how do they operate in an Agile way using feedback to respond to their environment when the practices and tools that comprise their complete process are not integrated?