Tom Greenwood: Waterfall is not a dirty word

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October 27, 2018

In the world of software and web development, all of the cool kids are talking about Agile as the only way to manage projects.

The old fashioned way of managing projects, aka Waterfall, is outdated, clumsy and not fit for purpose in this new fast paced era. Or is it?

The WordPress community is incredibly diverse and projects come in all shapes and sizes. Surely then it makes sense if we have a range of project management approaches that can be tailored to the individual project.

With examples of real projects from our agency, I’ll make the case that not only can Waterfall be the best approach for some WordPress projects but that there are a spectrum of different approaches to choose from and there is no one perfect way of doing things.

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WordCamp Bristol 2017 19

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Tom Greenwood 5

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English 6757

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