Like any development process, the strengths in one area might mean weaknesses in the other. The Waterfall methodology’s insistence on upfront project planning and commitment to certain defined progress mean that it is less flexible or agile later in the game. Changes that come further in the process can be time-consuming, painful, and costly.
Other reasons the Waterfall methodology may not work include:
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