In this video, learn how the type of work effort being proposed influences the selection of the framework.
- Two frameworks: Agile and Waterfall. … Each has its own process: empirical and defined. … Each has its own set of weaknesses. … So how do you choose which to use for your project? … Well, now that we know the strengths and weaknesses of each, … let's use them to create a framework … for making our decision. … We'll also make some inferences … about where each methodology lands … based on strengths and weaknesses. … Let's take a look at this matrix. … There are nine criteria you can use … to select which methodology will be … better suited to your project. … Let's talk about the criteria shown here, … starting with time, cost, and scope. … We know that Waterfall demands all three be fixed. … When that's the case, Waterfall makes sense. … From an Agile perspective, remember that Agile … will fix time and cost so that scope can be flexible. … I've shown all three as fixed or variable on the chart. … This is simply to reflect that while time and cost are … fixed, they can and do vary based on customer request. …
- Waterfall vs. agile life cycles
- Strengths and weaknesses of each method
- Choosing your framework
- Measuring team progress
- Conducting a blended measurement