[Infograph] – What Flavor of Agile Do You Use?

This infograph is very cool, though a close inspection may have you wondering whether it’s valuable to do pieces of each.

We especially like how it points out when you’re not using an Agile methodology.

[HT: ListsAndCharts]

5 Responses to “[Infograph] – What Flavor of Agile Do You Use?”

  1. Marcin Niebudek
    November 17, 2010 at 7:46 am #

    Well… it’s very simplistic.

    Only long iterations and tests at the end lead to “no agile”.
    No BDUF + short iterations = XP :-(
    2-4w iteration called Sprints = SCRUM?

    …even better:
    BDUF + no product owner + Sprints = SCRUM?

    Maybe this graph looks cool, but has rather little value.

    • ScoutMaster
      November 17, 2010 at 11:52 am #

      Marcin! Thanks! I can count on you to give good insight into this. After looking at it deeply it’s just another [infograph]… thought provoking but not too helpful.

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