Project HEADWAY: Can Waterfall And Agile Co-Exist?
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The domains of waterfall and agile often appear as two solitudes, not overlapping at all. More often they appear to be warring camps, decrying the other and advocating for their preferred way of working.
This gets reinforced by the adherents of one practice or the other (often most influenced by which perspective they learned first). One is considered good, the other bad, and there is very little middle space to explore common ground, let along find a potential way of working together.
And yet, work together they can. Both strategies have a place, both have a role, and both deliver value. They key is in understanding what each provides, how they are similar and in what important ways they are different, and how commonalities can be found.
If you’re stuck in the middle—or you are wondering what all the fuss is about—you won’t want to miss this webinar.
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Acknowledgements: Heather McLarnon