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Benefits of Blending Agile and Waterfall Project Planning Methodologies

  title={Benefits of Blending Agile and Waterfall Project Planning Methodologies},
  author={Candice Quist},
With continuous changes in technology and the project management practices used to deliver successful software projects to the business and users, Information Technology leaders need to optimize and adapt to find more effective management approaches. Understanding the strengths and weaknesses of both the waterfall and agile methodologies in order to choose and blend the characteristics that align best to meet the needs for a project is key to delivering a successful project. 

A study on the methodology of Software Project Management used by students whether they are using an Agile or Waterfall methodology

  • E.M.M. AlzeyaniC. Szabó
  • Computer Science
    2022 20th International Conference on Emerging eLearning Technologies and Applications (ICETA)
  • 2022
This work will compare and analysis the data collected from two colleges in Tripoli, Libya, in the field of Informatics to find out the approved methodology the students used in their projects, the reasons for their selection, and the difficulties they encountered while following the chosen method.

A Comparative Analysis of Agile Methods and the Capacity Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)

  • W. Ajayi
  • Computer Science
    Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology
  • 2021
Analysis of these two great methods- Agile and CMMI is presented by taken into consideration the fundamental components of both methods, their views about quality, perspective from project management and software development, contributions to overall project quality control and concluded on compatibility of the two methods within the same project.

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Project management (PM) landscaping is continually changing in the IT industry. Working with the small teams and often with the limited budgets, while facing frequent changes in the business

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Planning and Sprinting: Use of a Hybrid Project Management Methodology within a CIS Capstone Course

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Managing B2B eCommerce: a project management approach

Despite the significant literature in strategic I.S. planning and software project management, less is known about the issues involved in developing eCommerce projects. This paper introduces a new

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Get Ready for Agile Methods, with Care

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