Agility Not Just For Google


When building an iron bridge, a big up-front design is imperative. A detailed plan is drawn up first, and then a team takes months or even years to deliver the finished product, following the initial design to the letter. Large, complex software engineering projects have traditionally been managed in much the same way. In fact, project management and software development techniques since the 1930s have emulated massive construction projects such as the building of the Hoover Dam, according

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