There are eight key differences that I’ve picked up in writing a business case for an Agile project. This post discusses those 8 differences and what you need to consider when creating your business case using this method.
There is debate from both camps of the project delivery method space – Agile vs waterfall when to use.
In my earlier post ‘Agile vs Waterfall methods‘ I described my understanding of both the Agile and Waterfall methods and which one I preferred.
I’ve had an email from ‘Adam’ who works in mining with some great comments that I would like to discuss.
I’ve had an open mind about the Agile method of project delivery until recently. This post is going to compare my views on Agile vs Waterfall project delivery methods.
Previously I’ve been involved as a Project Manager working with both methods and my preferred method was Waterfall.
At that time though I really didn’t have enough experience with the use of Agile to make a really informed decision as to why I felt one was better than the other, but having recently worked on several more Agile projects I can now say that I feel I have a better understanding of which I prefer and why. So, here are my thoughts.