The term “agile” is still in use. Agile gained popularity in the second decade of the twenty-first century when Scrum became the de facto Agile delivery methodology. It was first introduced in the late 1970s as a replacement for Lean Six Sigma. Scrum began as a software product development technique used by a small software development team to create new products, similar to other prominent Agile frameworks.

Agile project management is an incremental approach to project delivery that takes place across the course of the project’s life cycle. 

The Agile approach is a form of project management that divides a project into stages. It requires ongoing engagement with stakeholders as well as continual development at each level. Teams cycle through a process of planning, executing, and evaluating once the job begins. Collaboration is essential among team members as well as project stakeholders.

You might be thinking what is Agile project management? It’s a project management technique that entails continual cooperation and iterative development.

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