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What Is Agile in Project Management?

The Agile is a way to manage a project by breaking it up into several modules or phases. It involves constant collaboration with stakeholders and continuous improvement at every stage. Once the work begins, teams cycle through a process of planning, executing, and evaluating. Continuous collaboration is vital, both with team members and project stakeholders.

Agile Frameworks

Today, the word Agile can refer to these values and the frameworks for implementing them, including Scrum, Kanban, Extreme Programming (XP), and Adaptive Project Framework (APF).


A project management methodology characterized by building products using short cycles of work that allow for rapid production and constant revision.


A visual approach to project management where teams create physical representations of their tasks, often using sticky notes on whiteboards (or online apps). Tasks are moved through predetermined stages to track progress and identify common roadblocks.


A PM methodology in which a small team is led by a Scrum master, whose main job is to clear away all obstacles to completing work. Work is done in short cycles called sprints, but the team meets daily to discuss current tasks and roadblocks.

Adaptive Project Framework (APF)

A project management methodology that grew from the idea that most IT projects can’t be managed using traditional PM methods. Work is done in stages and evaluated after each one.

Extreme Project Management (XPM)

A project management methodology that grew from the idea that mA PM methodology where the project plan, budget, and final deliverable can be changed to fit evolving needs, no matter how far along the project is.

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John Mendala Reply

Great article about agile process !!!

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