Agile Project Fail 268% Higher

Study consisting of 600 UK and US software engineers finds projects adopting Agile Manifesto practices are 268% more likely to fail than those which do the opposite.

From the Engprax blog.

This headline is catchy. So many of us have been involved in Agile projects over the last 10-20 years, and many designers, engineers, and managers, have felt the frustration with Sprints, Scrum, Kanban, Agile, etc. However, I’m struggling a bit with the premise of this study. I’d like to understand more about the why.

I don’t necessarily thing the study is wrong, but there seems to be more to it.