Traditional vs Agile: Which Approach is Right for You?

When selecting between traditional and agile project management, evaluating the project's scale and scope is critical

Traditional project management is based on leaders completing projects in a sequential order

Typical steps in traditional project management include: Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring, and Closing

Agile is a newer method that relies on smaller groups and interactive releases throughout a project

Agile has 4 core values: Encourages people to come first Fast software release Working with customers Modifying plans as necessary

The project's specific requirements and limits often affect the decision between them

Agile is best suited for projects with a high level of uncertainty