What is Agile Project Management?
Agile project management is an iterative approach to managing the design and implementation of technical and non-technical projects. It is often used with software development projects which benefit from a high degree of flexibility and collaboration.
Agile project management maximizes efficiency and quality through the use of consistent, lightweight progress demonstrations and process improvement activities. It emphasizes iterative, short, fixed-duration activities for planning, analysis, design, development, test, and review. An agile project team owns all aspects of the solution, including ensuring that the completed solution meets both end-user and business needs.
Although there are numerous agile delivery methods out there, it is our experience that the Scrum Method is best-suited for application development, while the Kanban Method is well-suited for business-as-usual requests including issue resolution.
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