What is Agile?
The Agile methods are iterative as well as incremental. This method is helpful in getting maximum productivity out of the project. Using this, you can get desired output. The team will work with more creativeness.
Principles of Agile:
- Every team member should contribute effectively.
- Team members can take decisions.
- During project implementation, the necessities can change, but duration remains same
- Requests can be handled at higher level
- Integration testing is done
- There is cooperative method among all stakeholders
What are the benefits of taking the course?
The benefits are:
- Acquire project management knowledge for handling projects sufficiently.
- Get ready for Agile Foundation and Practitioner
- By learning business agility, you can quickly respond to change.
- Gain skills to work in complex adaptive environments.
- Learn to divide the project into splints.
- Learn prioritisation to get competency for working with a team.
- Learn to plan, execute and deliver projects efficiently.
Which Agile methodology is best used in the industry?
Agile can be implemented with various methods. DSDM is one of the agile technology. It stands for Dynamic Systems Development Method. It was invented in 1994 for setting standards regarding project delivery. This terminology focuses on the faster execution of the project. DSDM helps in planning, managing, executing and scaling agile processes.
It has nine principles that are the base for faster delivery of project, integration testing and stakeholders collaboration. The DSDM approach is widely accepted as it helps in the organisation of the system in lesser time.
According to DSDM, the requirement analysis is done, and development processes are made reversible. The planning of requirements is done based on MoSCoW rules which are:
- M: Must have requirements
- S: Should have if all are likely
- C: Could have but not the critical ones
- W: Won ‘t have now but may rise late
Business agility is business’s capacity to respond to change by implementing initial stable configuration. Every organisation requires agility. Agility is a term which is used to measure the performance of business according to opportunities.
Distinguish between Waterfall model and Agile:
- The software development procedure is divided into phases in case of waterfall model and into sprints in the case of sprints.
Rigidity is the base of waterfall model whereas flexibility is the base of the agile approach.