Waterfall Learning vs Agile Learning

The advent of software development caused a great demand for project management strategies and tools. At first the most famous approach to Project Management (or PM) was called Waterfall development, which was just perfect for industrial projects of big dimensions, but that was not dynamic enough for the quickly growing economy of the Internet era. Last week I wrote about how to “startup” your elearning project using four simple strategies, and one of these was called “Measure, Analyze, Pivot, Iterate”. These four verbs are the foundation of what is called Agile Development, which was invented to give developers a smarter and more flexible way to create software.

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