Comparing theRelative Value ofMethodologies forProject Recovery
“Faced with the choice between changing one’s mind andproving that there is no need to do so, almosteveryone gets busy on the proof.”
—John Kenneth Galbraith, American Economist,Economics, Peace and Laughter
This chapter compares the three discussed methodologies—classical, agile, and critical chain. This comparison proves valuable when determining how changes in the methodology will assist a project recovery. Mixing and matching these methodologies as a practice is unusual, but it makes sense in the context of fixing a project. Some combinations would be impossible—mixing critical chain into an agile project does not make sense, but the converse does. Removing some of ...