Normally projects are drawn up and carried out on exclusively agile or classical principles. In the process the advocates for each methodology are often extremely skeptical towards this. The purpose of this article is to combine these two worlds and to bring their different philosophies together profitably.
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"Agility" is the latest buzzword among product and project managers – accordingly, product marketing and product management departments are showing great interest in the topic. However, the hoped-for and targeted goals, such as cost savings and short development cycles, are often not achieved in reality.
Microblogging platforms such as Twitter are becoming ever more popular. But microblogging also has the potential to make a substantial contribution to improving internal communication processes within companies.
A wide range of process models are available for developing large-scale IT projects. Such models almost always have defined quality assurance and controlling measures, known as “gates”. In reality, however, gates often have a different effect from that intended.
Microblogging platforms such as Twitter are becoming ever more popular. The success of these social media platforms raises the question of the relevance and potential they might have for the business sector.