You don’t have to choose: Agile vs Waterfall Methodologies (28/Feb/2017)
Project Management is a complex, ever growing set of practices that continues to evolve. However, for anyone who has been active in the profession for more than a few years, you know that every so often, a “new method” of Project Management comes into favor. The advocates of the “new and better way” work diligently to convince clients, project sponsors and practitioners alike that they must choose one way over another or risk certain project and professional failure. While acknowledging that innovation and out of the box thinking is both beneficial and necessary to ensure the currency and relevance of our profession, why do we continue to buy in to the “need to choose” between established and more novel approaches?