Today’s project leaders are increasingly asked to bridge the gap between multiple work styles and conflicting project methodologies—and making them work together isn’t easy. From budget forecasting to performance benchmarking, ensuring consistency and visibility is an enormous challenge.

In this on-demand webinar, VentureBeat and Workfront explore the pros and cons of Agile, Waterfall, and hybrid management from the perspective of enterprise project management. Find out how the cloud, big data, and the Internet of Things are driving innovation, collaboration, and productivity.

In this on-demand webinar, learn how to:

  • Successfully support a multi-methodology organization
  • Automate Agile principles when deploying new or existing apps
  • Avoid common pitfalls of bad development strategies

About the presenters


Rich Morrow



Rich is a 20-year open-source technology veteran who enjoys coding and teaching as much as writing and speaking. His current passions are cloud technologies (mainly AWS and OpenStack) and big data (Hadoop and NoSQL), and he spends about half of his work life travelling around the country training the Fortune 500 on their use and utility.

David Linthicum

David Linthicum


Cloud Technology Partners

David Linthicum is an internationally known cloud computing visionary, technology innovator, and agent of change. Dave’s industry experience includes tenures as CTO and CEO of several successful public and private software companies, and upper-level management positions in Fortune 100 companies.


Nick McCleery



Nick is an innovative technology strategist and product manager specializing in enterprise project and portfolio management tools. He is a certified Scrum Product Owner and Six Sigma Greenbelt. At Workfront, he leads Agile product strategy and consults with some of the largest organizations around the globe on improving productivity, collaboration, and visibility.

Who should watch this webinar

  • CIOs and CTOs
  • VPs of Engineering
  • PMO Leaders
  • Application Developers and Architects
  • IT Decision-makers