Chapter 5 Transitioning Typical Processes

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There are many processes in a traditional project that don’t transition well to agile because they require heavyweight documentation or are an inherent part of the phased and gated process and require sign-offs at the end of each stage.

Like anything else, there are no hard and fast rules for transitioning your processes to a more agile or lightweight process. In this chapter, we discuss a few of those processes, and give you alternatives and guidance on how to work with them in an agile project. You’ll find more examples and details about these alternatives in Parts III, IV, and V.

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