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As Microsoft Dynamics 365 projects evolve, the overarching question that project managers need to ask themselves is “which framework best fits my project?” In this blog, we discuss some pros and cons of the “Agile” and “Waterfall” frameworks that might assist you in deciding which is the best fit for your project.
This framework is named “Waterfall” because each life cycle is a sequence that flows downward in a series of phases. Typical phases are Feasibility > Plan > Design > Build > Test > PROD > Support.
The agile framework is based on an incremental and iterative approach. Instead of all the planning being up front, the framework allows for changing requirements over time.
The goal of each framework is to deliver a functional and quality product. At the end of the day, everyone who is contributing to the Dynamics 365 project must collectively decide on the best approach.
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