Agile Software Testing - Shifting to a New Paradigm
In this white paper we analyze the Pitfalls of Waterfall model & Set the Goals for Agile Transition
Agile Software Testing – Shifting to a New Paradigm
According to the Agile Manifesto, the major factors of agile methods are early customer involvement, iterative development, self-organizing teams and adaptation to change. In particular, agile development accelerates the delivery of initial business value, and through a process of continuous planning and feedback, is able to ensure that value is continuing to be maximized throughout the development process.
In this Whitepaper, we:
- Analyze the Pitfalls of Waterfall model
- Set the Goals for Agile Transition
- Explore the benefits of Iterative and Incremental Delivery
- Take a look at Hybrid approach
The transition from Waterfall to Scrum is not easy, as is confirmed by literature research. It comes with commitment to the values of Scrum and requires a mind shift of all employees within an organization. World's largest and leading organizations have relied on Gallop's specialist independent software testing services for more than a decade and have achieved significant market acceleration, returns on investments in their software quality initiatives.