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I am a bit weak at agile metrics.....
Are there any measurable success factors/metrics that says an organization has transformed to agile successfully and can continue to measure specific parameters to retain that agility?
If you're interested in measuring how agile an organisation is, you can create a simple agility matrix:
agile practice x level of adoption
On the other hand, if you're interested in measuring how successful an organisation is, then you can measure it in terms of profitability, time to market, staff retention, customer satisfaction, etc.
You can measure practices. Agile is principles and values primarily.
That makes this question less interesting than you hoped.
Agile is one way to become a great team -- the best way I know so far -- but being great is better than "being agile." Measure how well the team collaborates, produces, shares, validates, crafts, etc. That is more interesting I think.