What is Agile?

What is agile?
Project Management

What is Agile?

In this part, we will get acquainted with the Agile or Agility management method and compare it with traditional methods.
When the steps (bottom list) of the project management process go their own way one after another according to the PMBOK book, we call this system traditional because the steps are performed one after the other as if they were pre-written:

Project Phases

  1. Initiating Phase;
  2. Planning Phase;
  3. Monitoring Phase;
  4. Controlling Phase;
  5. Closing Phase;
Traditional system Advantages?
  • Traditional systems are very simple.
  • Traditional systems also have very low risk.
  • Traditional systems use similar methods to perform the task.
  • Because the team has work experience, it recognizes work problems and solves them.
What is Agile Management System?
In this system, since you have several projects and you do not really know what the solution is to solve problems or move things forward, we must use the Agile management system and we must find their solution quickly when the work is done.

When using this method, we should have a different view of issues.

Traditional system Advantages?
  • In agile systems, iterative tasks are repeated at regular intervals.
  • In agile systems, the employer understands and receives the value of work faster.
  • In agile systems, while the employer participates, it makes optimal use of his/her ideas and solutions.
  • In Agile systems, the project team is smaller and less dependent on this method, and sometimes also performs monitoring tasks.
  • In agile systems in the planning phase, a detailed program is performed for each iteration step.
  • In Agile systems, the execution phase is much easier, because each team focuses on their tasks at a time, and having a professional team makes things much easier.
  • In agile systems, monitoring phase pays great attention to detail and allows members to communicate faster and in shorter intervals.
  • In Agile systems, the final phase is different for each of the designated stages, and whenever all the designated phases are completed in the repeated delivery phase, the entire project is considered as finished.
In traditional systems we have a specific solution, but in Agile systems we do not have a specific solution and we proceed based on what can be delivered at specific times.

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