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Agile iteration size pros and cons 

My large multi-year project is moving to Agile and the policy is for agile iterations between 2 and 4 weeks in length.  We are debating which is better to start with - 2 week or 4 week iterations.  Anyone care to reply with pros and cons for each?  Our direct team has little agile experience and we are about evenly split, so I have the task of researching pros and cons of each choice.

 
New Post 4/9/2018 9:24 AM
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Re: Agile iteration size pros and cons 
I have worked on 2 different companies that are moving from waterfall or iterative towards agile. I would recommend 4 wk sprints to start, until everyone (stakeholders to developer and testers) gets the idea how things work. Learning takes time so give yourself the time to get it working before trying to zip through with 2 week sprints.
 
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