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Agile Project Management: Principles, Meetings, Values & Tools

What Is Agile Project Management? Agile project management is an iterative approach to delivering a project through short planning cycles called sprints. By using incremental steps towards completing a project, agile teams can easily adjust their project plan or product development plan to better meet their customer requirements.

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The Complete History of Agile Software Development


In the early 1990s, PC computing began to rise in organizations, but software development faced a hurdle. At that time, people used to call this crisis the “application delivery lag” or “the application development crisis.” A New Ideology is Born: The History of Agile Manifesto.


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What is Agile Project Management?

The IIL Blog

By APMG International September 6, 2023 Agile project management is a flexible approach to managing projects which involves taking incremental steps referred to as sprints or iterations. The History of Agile Project Management Agile project management emerged in the software development industry in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

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Citizen Developer Foundation & Practitioner Review: PMI Training

Rebel’s Guide to PM

With straightforward application logic, a hands-on approach to software development, and an easy-to-understand user interface, anyone can build simple tools for their business unit. Business users, like project managers and teams, are using this approach to take some of the workload off application developers.

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Half Agile Isn’t Real Transformation

Leading Agile

If those worlds are not connected, then there’s a limit to the level of business agility the IT department can support. Business agility is what organizations are looking for; agile software development may be one enabling factor in achieving it, but it isn’t the point of a transformation.

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Agile project management: A beginner's guide

Moira Alexander

If you're new to project management and the agile methodology, the answers to these 10 questions will arm you with the information you need to get started. And if you're a project management veteran, these frequently asked agile questions are a good refresher. What is agile? How long as agile been around?

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Scrum vs Kanban vs Agile vs Waterfall – A side-by-side comparison


Beginning from the Waterfall model, today multiple approaches are used by software development teams all over the world for more streamlined work with more control of the project flow and deliverables. In this article, we attempt to clarify the basic concepts behind Scrum, Kanban, Agile and Waterfall. Let’s begin.