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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Agile Project Management Organizing Flexible Projects What is Agile Project Management? It is built around a flexible approach. The team works in short bursts on small-scale but functioningreleases of a product. The Origins of Agile. In 1986, Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka published an article called "The New New ProductDevelopment Game"In 2001, a group of software and project experts met to discuss what their most successful projectshad in common. They created the Agile Project Manifesto Agile Project Management Traditional Project Management Teams are self - directed and arefree to accomplish deliverablesas they choose. Project requirements developedas needs and uses emerge. User testing and customerfeedback happen constantly. Constantly assess the scope anddirection of their product or project.Changing direction if needs must. Teams are tightly controlledby a project manager. Project requirements identifiedbefore the project begins User testing and customerfeedback happen towardsthe end of a project. Work on a final product thatoften is not relevant as customerneeds have changed. "Scrums" and "Sprints" "SCRUM" framework uses specific roles, events, meetings, and increments to deliver a usableproduct in a specific time frame. "SPRINTS" short phases of work which deliver completed, tested, documented, and functioningproducts at their conclusion. The framework involves three key roles: 1. The product owner is an expert on the product being developed. 2. The scrum master is responsible for managing the process. 3. The team is the group of professionals responsible for turning requirements into functionality. Key Points Agile Project Management aims to deliver fully working upgrades of a product or process on a regularbasis typically, every 30 days Brighton School of Business and Management.
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