Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
When I review an approach, I find it helpful to distill it to a simple frame so I can get a bird's-eye view. For MSF Agile, I found the most useful frame to be the workstreams and key activities. According to MSF, workstreams are simply groups of activities that flow logically together and are usually associated with a particular role. I couldn't find this view in MSF Agile, so I created one:
I like to draw from a variety of sources for software engineering principles, patterns, and practices.