Continuous Integration is a fundamental pillar of running an Agile project. Knowing whether the latest checkins make or break the project and being able to fix mistakes quickly is important to reduce costs and avoid problems in the long run. In addition, with the recent popularity of continuous delivery and continuous deployment, it is becoming even more common to ship fixes and features to customers more quickly.
However, putting this all in place not only requires knowledge of techniques and tools but also a shift in mindset throughout the team and organization.
Learning how to cope with these changes, understanding how to work efficiently with tools and putting in place good practices for CI/CD can have a drastic improvement on your project, team and organization.