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Agile Adoption – Left to Right is the Way to Go

Hybrid Agile Discussion

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Upcoming Presentation: “Hybrid Agile, Stepping Stone or Quicksand?”

How do you feel about hybrid agile – mixing agile approaches with non-agile approaches? Can it be useful sometimes, or is it the path to compromise and failure? (A great way to separate agile purists from pragmatists is to ask them what they think about hybrid agile.)

Please join me on April 26 to discuss hybrid agile with PMI San Diego Chapter. In this session, we will separate agile blends from non-agile hybrids. Then explore case studies of failures and success stories, examining patterns of problems and success factors. Topics include:

  • Left-to-right agile adoption vs right-to-left implementation
  • The Genius of the “And” vs. the Tyranny of the “Or”
  • Hybrid models (switchover, sandwich, encapsulation)
  • Case studies in success, failure and regression
  • Red flags, anti-patterns, and warning signs to stop
  • Further resources and case studies to learn from


To quote Ron Jefferies, “Agile isn’t any damn thing,” so come find out what breaks it and if we can preserve it with the combination of non-agile elements.

PMI San Diego Chapter

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