Agile Transformation - If a project ever struggled to get off the ground or the return on your investment took much longer than expected, then Agile Project Management (APM) methodology may be the answer for your organization. The 4 Pillars of Agile focus on People, Deliverables, Adaptation, and Customer Feedback in order to deliver products and services across many different industries. The strongest driver of Agile development is to accelerate time of delivery.
APM, or Agile for short, evolved from the software industry, but it was not until a group of 17 innovative developers published the Agile Manifesto in 2001 that this methodology became increasingly popular among project managers in the software industry. Since that time, Agile has spread across a wide variety of industries and business sectors who require highly efficient teams that produce quick results.
Agile continues to evolve, with large projects adopting a Scaled Agile Frameworks (SAFe) approach where multiple DevOps teams are managed under a single project scrum master who orchestrates the project. Whereas smaller project teams just utilize the Kanban board, using a ‘Get-Things-Done’ style approach to manage tasks and workstreams. No matter what your company’s needs may be, integrating Agile practices into your organization are sure to increase efficiency, productivity, and your time-to-market.