Agile project management
Agile management is the application of the principles of agile software development to various management processes, especially project management. After the Agile Software Development Manifesto appeared in 2001, agile development practices began to expand into other areas of activity.
Agile project management is an iterative approach to implementing projects throughout their life cycle.
Agile or iterative lifecycles consist of multiple additional iterations or steps to complete a project. Iterative approaches are often used in software development projects to improve speed and adaptability, as the advantage of iteration is that you can adapt as you go rather than following a linear path. One of the goals of an agile or iterative approach is to unlock benefits throughout the process, not just at the end. In essence, agile designs must demonstrate core values and behaviors based on trust, flexibility, empowerment, and collaboration.