Infographic: Agile vs. Waterfall–Which Project Management Style Is Right for You?

October 2, 2013 Tatyana Sussex

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For technology projects, your methodology can make or break the bank. While Agile and its fast-moving sprints, user stories and automated testing is a favorite among dev teams, Waterfall is still a better process for plenty of IT shops, especially teams that work on ERP implementations, COTS packages, ASP tools and custom development.

Bottom line: Trends are great; being responsive matters, but choosing a methodology that fits your projects and delivers the best results is crucial. If you’re stuck in the middle of choosing between Agile and Waterfall, here’s a visual guide to help you find the right methodology for your team.

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If you finding yourself leaning toward Agile, and would like to further develop how your team and organization builds out this efficient approach, download our eBook, Agile for Everyone

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