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The Need For Hybrid Agile: An Ambidextrous Organization

December 25th, 2012 2 comments

It is clear that the adaptability nature of agile practices has changed the face of project management today. The adoption of agile systems development has been increasing lately in the industry due to reported benefits from increased productivity, learning, and business satisfaction, and due to the need for flexibility and innovation in responding to change (Fernandez and Fernandez 2008). However, some adopters have posited that agile might not be adequate for all types of projects and should only be applied to those where it would add value, which means that other traditional non-agile methodologies are still in need for coexistence. This creates the necessity to properly match the project management approach to the project in hand to achieve success (Fernandez and Fernandez 2008).

Categories: Project Management