New Breeds

Hybrid Approaches Can Sow Confusion; But If Thoughtfully Developed, They Will Deliver Value

The subject of hybrid approaches, drawing on agile and traditional techniques, comes up more frequently in my conversations with project managers these days. But deviation from textbook agile methods inspires heated reaction (much of it negative) from experts and makes many practitioners anxious.
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