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Agile Project Management is a method approach to projects that draws on a different framework or process than do standard Techniques like “Waterfall”. It is essentially based on the concept that project planning and completion should be handled in small steps or loops. An Agile is a common approach to application development, making (PMI-ACP) Agile Project Management Certification techniques a key credential for IT personnel involved in the development and launch of new software platforms. While the overall initiative scope and goals should still be defined prior to the commencement of work, each successive step in the process is determined when the current loop or step has been completed. This approach allows for a very fluid, fast integration style of change response based on the requirement alterations and new discovery of systems changes or functional process changes that are often encountered on large initiatives.

The newer “lightweight” methodology also known as “Agile” modeling is a set of values or philosophy. Agile exposes organizational dysfunction. Unlike traditional methods, agile methodologies embrace iterations rather than phases.

Tecxperts learn a solid approach for managing customer or client projects, particularly when the complexity of the client’s needs is too difficult to accurately or fully map prior to project planning. The key difference between heavyweight and agile methodologies is the adaptability factor. In an agile methodology if any major change is required, the team doesn’t freeze its work process; rather than it determines how to better handle changes that occur throughout the project. The verification process in agile method occurs much earlier in the development process. It implements a predictive process and trust on defining and documenting a stable set of requirements at the beginning of a project. Because of all these advantages, Agile has a comprehensive response to the most of the challenges organizations’ face in a rapidly changing, competitive global market.

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