Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)

Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)

This is the approach used in Agile Software development. Its goal is to meet all of the project's requirements in one shot. This system works on eight (8) core values and every team member should abide by these rules. This system promotes timely delivery of the results and encourages the members to work at their maximum capacity. This method is an ideal option for all types of projects regardless of their complexity level-as it is designed to fulfill every requirement through focus and diligence.

This model works in different phases, which are listed below:

  1. Flexible Study: In this phase, team members do the homework or background research related to the product. In the end, they conclude, whether the application is a good fit for the DSDM approach or not. It includes foreseeing the potential hazards associated with the end and market analysis.
  2. Business Plan: This includes further extending the research toward the business side. It comprises market analysis.
  3. Functional Model Iteration: The user's interest is a top priority of the dynamic system development system. Members take measures to create a series of successive samples that demonstrate the client's utility.
  4. Design and Build Iteration: Considering the previous modes constructed for the clients. This phase deals with the required alterations as per the client’s requirement.
  5. Implementation: It is the last phase, which deals with the actual fieldwork. This incorporation is done of the latest code.

The salient features of this model are:

  1. Self-sufficiency among the team members.
  2. Productivity level at max
  3. A framework is respective of evolution and improvement.
  4. Flexible environment ensuring the best result