PM trend 4: Project teams combine traditional and agile techniques

Having moved from “manifesto to mainstream,” Agile has confronted project teams with the difficulty of implementing the experimental and hyper-collaborative approach. To transition an organisation into fully adopting certain aspects of Agile, project teams are combining traditional and Agile elements to create their own hybrid approach. In areas such as planning, requirements, and team communication, organisations are designing custom-made methodologies to do what works for them.

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Waterfall & Agile Hybrid.

Placing a sewing-machine engine in a tractor does not produce a Formula 1 racing car.
(Refer PM trend 4).

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Agile techniques is nice and here is amazing post,I'm searching on web and end of my search.
 

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