This is the sort of conversation that I wished that my Agile Coach had with me when I was first contemplating implementing Agile.
"I want to implement Agile"
"Great. Why's that?"
"What do you mean?"
"Well, let me put it another way! Why do you want to implement Agile?"
"Because I do and someone told me that's it really cool"
"Okay. What problems are you trying to solve or, more importantly, what benefits do you hope to achieve?"
"I have absolutely no idea. Is that really important?" "Well, do you normally change something if there is no reason? Or, do you normally start a project without business value?"
"Of course not!"
"So, again, my question; why would you want to implement Agile if you don't know what you are trying to solve and you don't know the benefit you hope to achieve?"
"I guess you have a point!"
"That's good, because so do I"