Examining Adaptive Lifecycle Methodology in PMP

In my previous articles, I have talked about some of the other methodologies that you can use in managing projects. In this article, my focus will be on how you can make use of adaptive lifecycle methodology in managing projects. Follow me as we look at that together in this article.

The adaptive lifecycle has several other names such as flexible methodology, change-focused methodology, agile or change driven methodology.

 

 

When a PM is using this type of methodology, he can easily respond to changes without the other normal processes of change management that we are used to. This kind of methodology focused on the end result by carrying along all parties involved in the project. In this type of lifecycle, the overall scope of a project is broken down into different stages which are now handled individually.

You should note that during iteration, the overall functionality of the lifecycle will have to be discussed, implemented `and finally reviewed by clients.

 

An adaptive methodology is good for projects

The adaptive methodology is good for projects that have a lot of complexities and involve a lot of risks. It ensures that the different components of the project are solved one after the other before the project now moves to the next phase. Therefore risks are very minimal for this kind of project lifecycle.

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