“…the agile movement in software is part of a larger movement towards more humane and dynamic workplaces in the 21st century.” - Rowan Bunning
With more focus on continuous improvement, agile project management beats the traditional linear way of managing projects as well as developing products and services. Increasingly, many organizations are slowly adopting the agile project management methodology since it uses a series of shorter product development cycles for great project success. This project management style allows for continuous integration, rapid development, and continuous delivery.
Agile project management lets cross-functional teams work on pieces of projects, solve problems, and move projects forward in shorter phases. This way, teams can iterate more quickly and give more frequent updates.
With the agile methodology, there is a higher level of quality improvements on an incremental basis rather than waiting to distribute the finished projects. According to a recent report, agile projects are 28% more successful than traditional methodologies.