At exec level the word Agile has a completely different meaning
It means do what I want, start now, deploy next week.
It does not mean find all the stakeholders, how t can be deployed, worry about long term TCO, or the failing cloud SaaS parner he got lunch from, data security or any other governance or quality distractions.
They will not even realise its the name of a methodology.
When things go wrong, it will be down to someone delivering what was asked for against their principles of doing anything to a reasonable standard. they will be scapegoated regardless of being forced to skip quality gates in the name of "Agile".
Toss in devops and associated infrastructure and things can get even more confused - can't you just spin up a new mainframe tomorrow and speed up light so our offshore developers can get reduced latency...
As far as I am concerned the whole principle of the methodology has been tainted by its title and its exec interpretations. Its a method that should have been kept in the secret dungeons of people that know what services they are trying to deliver and what tools are needed to deliver them...