As its name suggests, predictive design methodology uses a sequential process. The development it flows sequentially from a starting point to an end point with different stages, which are usually the following: project design, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, implementation and maintenance.
For its part, the Agile methodology uses an iterative approaching the final product. It was developed essentially in response to the limitations of sequential processes as Waterfall, which is quite closed. Agile methodologies allow greater freedom. Agile lacks a predetermined for the project action plan. In place the team members are free to make changes to the project as it evolves or circumstances are different.
10:00 Welcome and presentation
10:15 Evolution of project management models. Common problems and benefits of an agile approach. Agile manifesto and methodologies Scrum. Lean, Kanban and Scrumban.
12:00 End of session