Agile is an approach based on the Agile Manifesto that prioritizes individuals and their interactions instead of processes and tools, software over extensive documentation, customer engagement over the negotiation of contracts, and change responsiveness instead of keeping to a plan. Although Agile has been around for some time, it is currently one of the most popular and ingrained methods of delivering programs and projects. We study every project peculiarity and then we use a certain approach to accomplish the project on time, budget and by respecting quality standards.
Managing the project using good practices means a lot to your project, the triple constraint (Scope,Cost,Time) is always affected by your team decisions wether it's a large scale project or a fast growing startup. Agile project management is the measurement of project success by the achievement of the scope of work to time, expense, and quality and the performance of the project’s outputs, outcomes, and impacts. An Agile framework differs from a traditional project management approach where executed phases of a project are sequentially ordered. Agile principles focus on a non-linear process and target teamwork collaboration and flexibility, without focusing on a strict guideline. Agile development uses project management to iterate, plan, execute, and learn within a flexible scope. Whether you are implementing an Agile method for all your projects or considering using these methods, careful planning and knowledge of your environment must be considered. Industries highly regulated, like the life sciences and healthcare, must be especially mindful of their Agile project methods.
Some industry experts believe the leading three motivations for Agile failures are:
Agile management can be adapted easily and Onectus can help your company determine if your project benefits from Agile principles or if a hybrid approach is necessary. Every project includes: