There is an increasing amount of chatter and confusion out there around what organizational agility is--and a feeling that it must be important to organizational success. Maybe you should consider using the Triple T Metric.
To produce effective functional and cross-functional requirements, project teams must focus on solving real user issues. The author’s team initially ran into problems with delivering software that did not completely resolve market and user needs. To improve their practice, they increased their cross-functional team collaboration and enhanced the requirements management process in their agile projects.
Stop counting test cases and bug reports in development! They aren’t as helpful as you might think, and there is no direct correlation between these counts and delivered value or quality.
This coach is getting truly tired of talking to managers and leaders whose sole motivation in adopting agile methods is "increased capacity to go faster!" But if agile isn’t a “speed play,” what sort of play is it?