May 19, 2016
For all types of organizations, executing large projects requires an appropriate level of planning. Deciding between a waterfall or agile project management approach merits careful thought. Businesses that choose the wrong approach for the project and their culture risk missing the full realization of their project investment.
Without some agility in your project approach, a business risks spending resources to produce a product that is not aligned with its customers. Conversely, a business that releases a product too quickly risks early failures that can be detrimental to the remainder of the program.
Read more from CloudCraze vice president of product development and support, Shawn Belling, in CEO World, “Agile And Waterfall: Understanding The Best Project Management Approach for Your Business.”