The Dynamic Systems Development Model
IT Strategy

Dynamic Systems Development Model

In mid-1990’s U.K. developed The Dynamic Systems Development Model as rapid application development (RAD) practices evolved. The Dynamic Systems Development Model stresses on continuous user involvement in an iterative development and incremental approach, Compared to SSADM, The Dynamic Systems Development Model is a culture change. User stories instead of requirements are used to work out tough technical problems. Despite the requirements changes, time for…

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