Iterative and incremental development requires project managers to consider each iteration as a separate project, to be managed in the context of the final deliverable.

An iteration creates a demonstrable, executable releasable of software which can subsequently be grown incrementally across a series of iterations, each building on the product and the lessons learned from the previous iteration.

Iterations typically last between two to six weeks and produces a unique demonstrable product.

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