Agile Project Management
Agile software development projects apply an iterative development process where requirements and solutions evolve through regular user feedback and the collaboration between self-organizing and cross-functional teams.
An increasing amount of organizations are embracing agile, iterative project management methodologies to improve client centricity, speed, collaboration, and the ability to respond to market trends. In contrast, traditional project management styles, like waterfall, build in phases and a single, "big bang", high-risk release. Agile avoids this big bang with regular feedback and testing intervals, therewith ensuring a product that works and doesn't end up as an expensive white elephant. Talk to our expert to learn more about the advantages of agile projects and ways of changing your culture, structures and systems for agile development. It's not an easy path, but worth the effort.
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Senior Operations Manager Amazee Labs, Partner
With a BAS Degree (Bachelor of Architectural Studies) from the University of Cape Town and web development in her blood, Ingrid (a.k.a. Inky) has a desire to build things. She loves to untangle chaos and create structure and results that are useful and beautiful.