If Agile is Scrum or if Agile is Kanban, I'd rather have a trusting team.
I'm going to talk about trust - trying to sort out why we'd let a stranger watch over our children but we'd never lend them our car. I'll show examples of successfull projects that ran solely on trust.
Most likely I will dip into a favourite topic - the confusion that Agility is a result of a method or a set of tools. We need to understand trust so we can harnace its great powers.
In teams where there is trust - great things will happen.