Agile vs. Traditional Project Management

Agile vs. Waterfall — if you’re at least a little familiar with the world of project management, then you’re probably already familiar with the heated discussions this topic can generate.

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On one side, you have the traditional approach of the Waterfall method—where development is handled as a linear series of events from conception to production. On the other side you have Agile—a flexible, team-centric, iterative approach to "lean" development. In theory - both processes have benefits and strive to streamline the way we get projects done, just in different ways. So what makes these two workflow management approaches different? And what are the pros and cons of each?

In this white paper, we’ll try to give a fair and balanced representation of each process so that you can decide whether Agile or Waterfall is best for your project.

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