Crystal

Crystal is a family of methodologies coded by color names to meet the unique characteristics of different projects.

What is Crystal

Crystal is a family of methodologies coded by color names. The Crystal family addresses the fact that each project may require a slightly customized set of policies, practices, and processes to meet the unique characteristics of different projects. Methodologies are appropriate for different project's unique characteristics driven by several factors such as team size, system criticality, and project priorities. The framework is cyclical and include three processes (i.e., chartering, delivery cycles and wrap-up).

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  • Crystal Characteristics and Principles

    1. Crystal Characteristics and Principles

    Some of the Crystal's common key characteristics and principles include:

    • Small teams (human-powered)
    • Frequent delivery
    • Continuous improvements
    • Osmotic communication and co-location
    • Personal safety
    • Focus
    • Team opportunity to pause and adapt their ways of working
    • Easy access to expert users
    • Sound technology practices and a technical environment
    • Reduce intermediate work products
    • Adaptable and amenable