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SCRUM vs Waterfall Waterfall Reasons for Waterfall 1. It is easy to measure progress for each task. 2. Emphasizes record keeping making it easier for future improvements. 3. Allows change in programmers with little to none impact on the project. Reasons against Waterfall 1. A strict schedule and budget makes creative thinking difficult. 2. Must know all the details up front to complete each step. 3. Once a Milestone has been reached, cannot go back to make changes or improvements. SCRUM Reasons for SCRUM 1. Customers are more involved thought the life of the project and can give more
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