Session type:


Presented by:

Karl Scotland

Session time:

16 May 11:30 12:15

Session duration:

45 minutes

About the session

The Iron Triangle of Project Management is a well-known concept, consisting of three basic variables; scope, cost and time. At least one of these variables has to be flexible, assuming that we want quality to be non-negotiable.

Agile teams primarily use a prioritised backlog to vary the scope over a given time. However, there is another variable at our disposal; fidelity.

Fidelity allows Agile teams the flexibility to deal with scenarios where scope, cost and time are fixed, without resorting to cutting on quality.

Participant takeaways:

  • Differences between iterative and incremental development
  • How to use fidelity to balance these two aspects of development
  • How to plan work to allow for fidelity

Iterative Development, Incremental Development, Project Management.

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