Water-Scrum-Fall Is The Reality Of Agile For Most Organizations Today
Manage The Water-Scrum And Scrum-Fall Boundaries To Increase Agility
July 26, 2011
Why Read This Report
Organizations are adopting Agile through a combination of bottom-up adoption and top-down change. But the reality of Agile adoption has diverged from the original ideas described in the Agile Manifesto, with many adoptions resembling what Forrester labels water-Scrum-fall. This model is not necessarily bad, but if application development professionals do not carefully consider and make the right decisions about where the lines fall between water-Scrum and Scrum-fall, they are unlikely to realize Agile's benefits.
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Table of Contents
- Agile Is Popular But Not Pure
- Water-Scrum-Fall Is The Reality
- Understand The Limitations Of Water-Scrum-Fall, And Push The Boundaries
WHAT IT MEANS
- Making Explicit Decisions Is Crucial For Agility
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