None of them are prescriptive methodologies, though. They are all things like incrementalism, automation, and high quality code.
In that metaphor, traditional waterfall is a land mine filled with plutonium shrapnel and anthrax spores.
Some times you have a clear and well understood problem, and failures are very expensive. You'd be crazy to work on such kinds of environments with anything but waterfall.
Some people have to do underwater welding, but the methodologies there aren't appropriate for building cabinets, even though they are both types of construction.
Good craftsmanship is usually correlated with a good end product, but craftsmanship for its own sake is a hobby, not a career.