Ideally, all your Agile team members agree with The Agile Manifesto, complete their tasks on time, raise concerns immediately, and are fully committed to the success of your organization and its customers. In the real world, of course, this is rarely the case. Most likely, your team will include people with varying levels of commitment and comfort with the Agile framework. Occasionally, your team may also include a “troublemaker,” someone whose behaviors drag the team down and significantly increase the risk of failure. The following article (Dynanet_Managing Agile Troublemakers) identifies 8 typical troublemakers and how to manage them.