Implementing a Hybrid Agile Model in Your Organization

The Agile movement proposes alternatives to traditional project management. Agile approaches are usually used in software development to assist businesses act in response to unpredictability.

“Here's the TenStep guest blog post "Implementing a Hybrid Agile Model in Your Organization":

Over the past 15 years, Agile development models have moved from the underground to the mainstream. At the same time, the nature of Agile has also changed. The pure Agile model of 15 years ago has been refined, expanded and made friendlier to corporate America.

While it is true that many companies have successfully implemented a pure Agile model, it is more common that companies implement a hybrid. In other words, they take the basics of Agile and merge in some compromises to be able to exist within organization policies. For example, does your Agile team create a status report? If so, you have made an Agile compromise. Does your Agile team have a project manager? If so, you have made a compromise.

Tom Mochal

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Date: 26 February 2015
Time: 12:00 (Atlanta time)
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