Sorry, I've not been able to get back on this for a few days.
I hope I didn't come off as condescending in my prior post.
For me personally, I don't see the LDS Church as a top-down patriarchy ever being anything but what it is, so for me, the agile approach is something that I can use as a means for managing personal spirituality/behavior/meaning as a non-trad Mormon.
I do think that the LDS church would gain by becoming more 'agile' or pliant or progressive or whatever you want to call it, else it risks losing many of coming generation. But what I think as an individual member doesn't really matter relative to the institution.
For the discussion of spirituality -- from LDS and non-LDS sources