I'm a project manager in an extremely bureaucratic, waterfall-oriented organization, but have the opportunity to pilot an agile approach with a new project I'm spinning up.
I have experience with scrum and kanban, but intend to take a comprehensive look at the major agile methodologies and determine the best fit for the project and organization.
Is there a good model or tool to help determine the appropriate agile methodology for the situation?
In the absence of a good model, what do you believe are the key criteria for choosing a specific agile methodology? And if you want to really want to go overboard, what weight (as a percentage of total) would you apply to your criteria?
Robert Wysocki's book suggests some broad approaches based on whether or not the project goal is clear, requirements are complete, schedule is tight and whether scope changes are expected. But there may be other resources out there worth reviewing.