Agile is an approach to project development that emphasizes flexibility, collaboration, and responsiveness to change. The core principle is to deliver working software in short development cycles called Sprints, each of which must be kept short enough that if something goes wrong, the team will be able to adjust the course rapidly and adapt to new information. It is a framework for adapting to change during project development, and feature-driven development (FDD), is one of the processes used to implement Agile. FDD typically includes writing user stories, building a working skeleton of the product first, and integrating features into that working skeleton in short cycles, among other things.
Agile is more than a productivity boost, it is an operating system for organizations.
From a business perspective, implementing Agile methods allows us to deliver results with speed and efficiency while minimizing waste, reducing cost, and avoiding delays. Agile at its core is a way for teams to practice adaptive planning, iterative development, and continuous improvement.
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