|One of the many myths in IT today is that agile software development is a panacea for common application deployment problems. Sure, agile’s focus on user product ownership and speed make it a useful approach to software development. And organizations have also implemented ITIL, PMBOK and other frameworks and quality assurance approaches. But will agile integrate with these approaches or just cause confusion? Software development is only one component of a project that must be done successfully to reach an organization’s business goals and objectives. Many of Technatomy’s clients struggle to develop a way to meld agile software development practices, ITIL framework, and PMBOK procedures into a model that can be applied to their specific environment. The question is, are there intersecting points within the ITIL, agile, and PMBOK models and, if so, how can they align to achieve working harmony? The simple answer is yes. But how, you ask? We have developed a hybrid model that allows each of these process frameworks and methodologies to coexist in a manner that can be modified and applied to any project environment.