Are you in agony because your boss just came and told your Agile team it will need to work with the Waterfall group on the next big company project? Is your current project a car wreck because Agile and Waterfall teams aren’t gelling well at all? Are you a QA Agile team member that’s out of tricks to move your Agile/Waterfall project down the road? Or are you in an organization that’s slowly morphing into Agile and you are searching for some low hanging fruit you can implement to help the transition? If you are road tripping your way through the questions above then take a drive through my experience with the Arbitrations project. It will deliver not only some history of how our Agile life began, but also how I tackled the tough challenges of this project. These challenges spanned from dealing with the old guard attitude of the Waterfall teams all the way to challenging Agile stereotypes in my organization. In the end, you’ll have a nice set of must have what to do’s and what not to do’s delivered in a retrospective format you can leverage in your current or future project and drive that needle towards success.