Agile Project Management (APM) is an iterative approach to planning and guiding project processes. Just as in Agile Software Development, an Agile project is completed in small sections. Insights gained from the critique of an iteration are used to determine what the next step should be in the project.Agile practitioners must be committed to continuous improvement in quality and cost-effectiveness, which means that every development is analyzed for lessons that can be used to improve policies and working practices.
No matter what your experience with Agile practices and techniques, the foundation for Agile methodologies is rooted in best practices positioned to enable collaborative environments where diverse teams can continuously learn, improve, grow and produce.
Agile is all about teamwork, transparency, and technical excellence.
There are 12 principles and four core values of Agile methodology that assist in forming the Agile foundation: Satisfy the Customer, Welcome Change, Deliver Frequently, Work Together, Build Projects, Face-To-Face Time, Measure of Progress, Sustainable Development, Continuous Attention, Keep It Simple, Organized Teams, Reflect for Effectiveness; individual and interactions over processes and tools, working software over comprehensive documentation, customer collaboration over contract negotiation; and responding to change over following a plan.