Corporations often put processes in place that assume a waterfall approach to projects. This can put software teams in a bind. Learn how Halliburton implemented an agile-based process for software development while still allowing software projects to comply with the corporate standard waterfall process framework. It covers the specifics of how agile was mapped into the existing waterfall process, the adjustments to the framework required in order to allow agility, the challenges encountered and how they were resolved, and the value received by the corporation by adopting this approach.
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