Now, more than ever, organisations need to be Agile. This usually starts in the software development team(s). Scrum has been around for some twenty years, while the Agile Manifesto is (only?) 15-ish years old. Working in an Agile fashion relies on the use of common sense, not dogma. Learning is much more valuable than following a set of rules. On the other hand, starting off with a set of rules like Scrum offers, provides a great starting point.
As a certified Scrum Master (PSM I), I can help you out with your Agile challenges. Whether your are looking to change the way your work, or you are ready to take the next step, I can assist you. And bear in mind, for continued success (remember: Agile is not the goal, just a means), your organisation needs to support the experiments and learning opportunities that are required. Read more in the section on Organisational Management.