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We like to use the method of ScrumFall.. What is Scrumfall..

Scrumfall, the hybrid integration of Scrum and Waterfall methodologies, offers several advantages that make it suitable for specific project scenarios:

1. Flexibility with Structure: Scrumfall allows teams to embrace the adaptability of Scrum during development, accommodating changing requirements and customer feedback. At the same time, it maintains the structured approach of Waterfall for areas requiring a more predictable plan and strict adherence to regulations.

2. Risk Mitigation: By conducting a comprehensive planning phase akin to Waterfall, Scrumfall identifies potential risks and challenges upfront. This proactive approach helps in risk mitigation and ensures that the project has a well-defined roadmap before diving into iterative development.

3. Clear Milestones: The Waterfall-style planning in Scrumfall sets clear milestones and objectives, providing stakeholders with a transparent view of progress throughout the project.

4. Incremental Delivery: Scrumfall enables incremental delivery of features, allowing stakeholders to see the project’s evolution at regular intervals, aligning with the agile principles of Scrum.

5. Suitable for Large Projects: Scrumfall can be beneficial for large-scale, complex projects where a full-fledged adoption of Scrum might be challenging, but some agile elements are desired.

6. Alignment with Stakeholder Expectations: The combination of Scrum and Waterfall allows for better alignment with the expectations of stakeholders who are accustomed to more traditional project management methods.

While Scrumfall offers a middle ground between the two methodologies,It is always needed to determine the final approach per project