Talk:Agile management

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The french version of this article is well written and very complete, it should be done in english also and not only link to the Agile Software development page. Having a more mangement view on Agile management is important, please help ! Slavoie (talk) 02:24, 29 April 2009 (UTC)

I disagree with the number of citation requests, they would cause the article to borderline on plagiarism. Some are just unwarranted, such as "hence large software projects are still being conducted in Waterfall." Given its scope (number of in-process projects across the globe) and the fact that the claim does not use absolutes or statistics not evident, it is completely reasonable to assume that it is true. The wording could be changed to "... may still be conducted..." which might satisfy the citation request, but weak verbiage like that makes the this a less valuable resource. User:dgerton 08:19, 19 October 2011 (UTC)

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