Are you a leader looking for answers to deal with the chasm between traditional leadership and today's work floor in an agile adopting environment? Enjoy the conciseness of this booklet, it's very much to the point. Also, if you’re a Scrum Master or Agile Coach, or – dare I say it – an Agile Project Manager, you can use this little work to either refresh your memory or even enjoy a fresh approach to what it means to be Agile.More and more companies are using some form of an agile way of working these days. At the very least, people in your company are talking about it, it's a serious buzz word. As a leader in your organization, you're probably wondering if you need to do something with 'agile', and if so, what exactly? Maybe you've heard rumors about 'self-organizing teams' and such. How does that affect you, as a formal leader in the company? Even though self-organization is an important aspect of agile thinking, we still have to deal with hierarchy and leadership. Agile leadership is often referred to as something that can emerge on all levels of an organization, but in this booklet, the focus is on "leadership in an agile adopting environment".In both the management and agile communities, few answers have been formulated in particular for high-level managers to deal with the chasm between traditional leadership and today's work floor. This book seeks to provide practical answers to these very real and current questions. This booklet is a compilation of previously published articles and whitepapers, collected in this format to be of help mainly to people in leadership positions who are still quite new to what Agile is, and mostly, what it entails.I hope you enjoy the conciseness of it – every disadvantage has its advantage – it’s thin but very much to the point. The directness might also be of help to some coming in from another angle. If you’re a Scrum Master or Agile Coach, or – dare I say it – an Agile Project Manager, then you can use this little work to either refresh your memory or even enjoy a fresh approach to what it means to be Agile.