The big picture is building a culture of innovation. Changing our organizations so fundamentally, however, is inherently risky. Innovation requires disruption, and thus companies risk devolving into chaos as they follow the path to innovativeness.
But good executives (the ones who think like agile architects, of course) realize that there is a difference between chaos and the loosely-managed, self-organizing teams that deal well with change on an ongoing basis. Yes, the behavior of such teams is inherently unpredictable and may appear chaotic, but in reality such a culture is madness with a method, leading to innovation and greater agility. In contrast, true chaos has no pattern and leads only to more chaos.