In this video, learn how the empirical process may not meet the needs of the work effort.
- I'm a huge fan of agile practices … and the empirical process they follow. … In my experience, projects run using this methodology … are very successful. … That being said, I acknowledge it has weaknesses, too. … So let's explore some of those weaknesses. … The first weakness of the empirical process … is the amount of time and high level of commitment expected. … Both the customer and team members need … to collaborate closely on the requirements and design. … Another area of heavy commitment is in the form … of ongoing user acceptance testing throughout every sprint … to get each feature done. … In some ways, this is one of the agile's advantages … because that close collaboration ensure the right thing … is being built. … However, the level of time and effort spent … on the empirical process can be considered a weakness … because it demands more time and more energy … from everyone involved. … Another weakness of this process is its unpredictability. … Remember, agile teams start their project …
- Waterfall vs. agile life cycles
- Strengths and weaknesses of each method
- Choosing your framework
- Measuring team progress
- Conducting a blended measurement