The current demands of project and software development require teams to be both cross-functional and self-organising. This is to better deal with both requirements and solutions evolve as the project comes along.
We are proud to say that we have mastered this disciplined project management process, incorporating our own keen method of inspection and adaptation, guided by a leadership philosophy hinged on complete collaboration, attention to minute details, and adaptability to various developments.
Even with the best of plans, things can still go wrong. That’s where Agile comes in. The movement aims to aid software development teams in handling unpredictable circumstances. For instance, a bug that can crash the whole app could suddenly pop up.
WHY USE AGILE
One advantage of Agile over the traditional waterfall model is that it can adjust to all of the requirements that may be discovered along the way. Whereas the waterfall model assumes that everything is accounted for before moving on the next phase.
The problem with the waterfall model is that anything can come up which can derail the whole development process. Agile helps teams prepare for the unexpected. That in itself is its largest advantage. Most software today also need to be flexible to compete in the market.