Managing projects with multiple teams and cross-functional dependencies can be challenging, especially when limited time and budget come into play. The initial plan from start to finish is often influenced by several variables that can impact what was planned. Instead of going back to the starting line, teams have to learn how to manage change and find solutions while successfully completing goals. This is where agile project management comes in.
The primary values that drive the success of an agile project are trust and flexibility. Teams are empowered to collaborate to improve a project’s success at each stage without hindering the overarching goals.
Continuous Improvement Throughout Project Lifecycle
Agile project management is about breaking down projects into smaller sections structured as sprints from the initial concept phase to scoping, design, development, and quality assurance (QA). Sprints are defined by a select group of tasks subject to a short timeframe and effectively deploy solutions. The progress of a project is marked by each sprint, enabling teams to communicate resource alignment and future planning.
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