For instance, in my last role, I managed a software development project using the Agile methodology. This approach allowed us to deliver incremental value to our stakeholders by breaking the project into smaller, manageable components called sprints. It enabled us to adapt to changing requirements and continuously improve our processes, resulting in a high-quality product.
On another project, I used the Waterfall methodology for a large-scale infrastructure project. This method's linear approach was well-suited for this project, as it required clearly defined stages and strict adherence to the plan. By following this methodology, we were able to reduce risks and successfully deliver the project within the allocated budget and timeline.