Welcome to episode 13 of The Everyday PM Podcast where we debate Agile versus Waterfall methodology.
Agile versus Waterfall continues to be widely debated. Many argue that Waterfall is an antiquated methodology, despite it still being the most widely used methodology by traditional organizational environments today. Proponents of Agile believe its advantages far outweigh its disadvantages, making it the preferred methodology for organizations wanting to go faster. Brian Summons, Senior Project Manager at CHOC Children's Hospital, and I enthusiastically took up the challenge to debate this topic in the latest episode of The Everyday PM Podcast. Join us as we debate the advantages and disadvantages of these two popular methodologies and the circumstances where it may be more suitable to use one over the other.... or dare I say both?
Where do you stand in this debate? We would love to hear your thoughts on your preferred methodologies, whether it is Agile, Waterfall, or something completely different. Drop us a comment below.
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