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Agile

Agile is a project management and product development approach emphasizing flexibility, collaboration, and customer feedback. It promotes iterative and incremental delivery, enabling teams to respond promptly to changing requirements and deliver value quickly.

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  • What is Agile?

    Agile is an iterative and flexible approach to project management and software development that prioritizes collaboration, adaptability, and customer satisfaction. It emphasizes delivering small, functional increments of a project in short cycles, allowing for frequent reassessment and adjustments.

  • Key Principles of Agile: What are They?

    The Agile Manifesto outlines key principles, including prioritizing individuals and interactions over processes and tools, working solutions over comprehensive documentation, customer collaboration over contract negotiation, and responding to change over following a plan.

  • Agile Methodologies: What are Some Common Approaches?

    Common Agile methodologies include Scrum, Kanban, and Extreme Programming (XP). Scrum, for instance, uses short development cycles called sprints, while Kanban focuses on visualizing and optimizing the flow of work.

  • Importance of Cross-Functional Teams in Agile: Why are They Emphasized?

    Agile promotes cross-functional teams that include members with diverse skills. This ensures that the team has the necessary expertise to handle all aspects of a project, fostering collaboration, and reducing dependencies on external resources.

  • Iterative and Incremental Development in Agile: How Does it Work?

    Agile employs iterative and incremental development, breaking down a project into small, manageable increments. This approach allows for rapid delivery of valuable features, constant feedback from stakeholders, and the flexibility to adapt to changing requirements throughout the project lifecycle.

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