Talking about waterfall project management is not something we hear as much in 2022 as we did in 2012 – ten years has changed a lot. That said, I still hear the tone used when talking about the different approaches to get things done, and the question, “why use waterfall?” This article doesn’t answer that question, but it looks at the conversation.
It seems like there are many words we use that may or may not be the meaning or context we actually want as an outcome. The words efficient and effective are two those words. Leaders and team members alike might talk about one more than the other when what we typically need with these to outcomes is a balance.
It is not too uncommon for teams to have ebbs-and-flows on the roller-coaster of Forming-Storming-Norming-Peforming. But when teams are using agile frameworks, specifically Scrum, things can feel very chaotic. Let’s explore ten possible reasons for this.
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