Agile Project Management

259 days ago via MladenAC    Discuss    Business
Agile is an approach to project management that favors responding to

change over careful planning. Agile is not a methodology but a set of

principles (as defined in the Agile Manifesto in 2001) that suggests

how we should approach project management.



There are two ways you can manage software development projects:



* WATERFALL: plan everything in advance, then build according to the

plan for the next whole year



* AGILE: plan what you'll build in the next few weeks and see how it

goes from there



How to know whether you're agile? Just because you're using

Kanban boards

[https://activecollab.com/learn/project-management-methodologies/kanban],

Lean, or Scrum

[https://activecollab.com/learn/project-management-methodologies/scrum]

doesn't automatically mean you're agile. To really be agile, you have

to share the agile values, as defined in Agile Manifesto.



AGILE MANIFESTO



In 2001, 17 software developers met in Utah to discuss their processes

that were different from the usual waterfall ...

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