Designing, implementing, and launching a new technology solution can be a complex and risky undertaking not to mention a costly exercise, so its important to get it right.

At Tec-novation we believe that project management and implementation techniques can make or break a project. That is why at Tec-novation we use Agile project management methodologies to successfully deliver all types of projects. We continuously evolve our Agile methodologies based on modern best practices and real-world experience and tailor our approach to every client engagement to ensure a successful outcome.

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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Agile vs. waterfall

Agile Project Management was, and remains, a counter to the waterfall methodology. The waterfall methodology features a strict sequential approach to projects, where initiatives start with gathering all requirements before the work begins, scoping out the resources needed, establishing budgets and timelines, performing the actual work, testing and then delivering the project as a whole when all the work is completed.

In response to what were recognized problems in that approach, 17 software developers in 2001 published the Agile Manifesto outlining 12 principles of Agile Software Development. The principles include to "welcome changing requirements, even late in the development" and "deliver working software frequently.

These principles continue to guide Agile Project Management even today.

How we can help you

Tec-novation has qualified Agile coaches, Scrum masters and Product owners on staff to assist our clients implement Agile in their organisations or projects

Our team is available to assist on projects between 3 and 12 months and offer the following services

  • Agile coaching
  • Scrum Master
  • Product Owner
  • Agile development teams
Contact us today to find out more.

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