(English) The Core Beliefs of Waterfall, Agile and Lean

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  • robert morimanno %A %e %B %Y at %H:%M

    This is soooo timely for me and my fellow PMs and Black Belts. Tks!

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  • Raluca %A %e %B %Y at %H:%M

    Hi,

    Do you have a download with the principles? I could only find the agile principles online, but not the waterfall and lean ones.

    Thank you

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  • Aleem Khan %A %e %B %Y at %H:%M

    Please download it from https://www.360pmo.com/core-beliefs-waterfall-agile-lean/

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  • Mara Svenne %A %e %B %Y at %H:%M

    Couple of questions about the lean cards – are these typos, or am I not undertanding the principles?

    “3. Ad hoc is not an acceptance process.” (I don’t understand that belief. Is acceptance the correct word here, or should it say instead “acceptable process”?)

    “4. Looking at when things are done is a process is a more useful guide than trying to make sure every step of the way is as efficient as possible” (should it say instead looking at when things are done IN a process, rather than IS a process?)

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