Many companies are challenged by the requirements for well-documented, reproducible processes. Since the birth of the “Water-Scrum-Fall” metaphor, the pressure to be agile is rising at the same time. But the world is neither black nor white, and the brave new world of agile methods often turns out to be sobering. Many companies apply hybrid development approaches, combining the best of both worlds. With reliable process frameworks, they provide an umbrella for managing projects and the freedom to select the practices fitting best into the respective project situation. However, the variety of hybrid development methods is infinite, and many projects are lost when it comes to the question of selecting the “right” one. In this talk, the results of the HELENA study, a large-scale international survey project on the practical use of hybrid development approaches, will be presented. The speaker will discuss the impact of hybrid methods on process architectures as well as the customization and evolution of process models. He will furthermore outline the requirements for future process designers.