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Best of both worlds: How to combine Agile and Waterfall methodologies

Despite the dramatic shift to Agile product delivery, businesses are realizing that Agile doesn’t work for every project.

ServiceNow has a solution: A Hybrid delivery model allows businesses to combine the best components of Agile and Waterfall methodologies and apply them to each project as necessary.

Discover 5 techniques to maximize your hybridized delivery model here.

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