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    Path for Effective Project Planning in AGILE

    Binoy Shah
    Binoy Shah
    schedule 3 years ago
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    20 mins
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    Intermediate

    Agile development has slowly and steadily made its way into the
    software industry. With increasing competitive pressure, Agile
    development helps an organization to churn out working software
    faster, thus adapting to changing business demands and generate a
    competitive advantage. There are however a few misconceptions
    about Agile software development. One of them is that there is
    little or no planning done in Agile. In this paper, we aim to dispel
    this myth.
    Planning a software implementation project in Agile, is similar to
    planning a project in any other software development
    methodology, however it is fundamentally different. As opposed
    to extensive, up-front planning required in other methodologies,
    agile planning simply follows an incremental approach to
    planning, just like agile development. This requires an initial
    planning to be done during earlier stages of the project and
    iteratively revisit the plan as we make progress and gain more
    insights during implementation.
    Agile Planning though incremental, strongly follows the
    principles of the “Iron Triangle of Project Management”. The
    triangle of project management is structured around the three
    vertices of Scope, Cost and Time. In this paper, we have
    attempted to break the entire agile planning process in 7 steps.
    Also we have depicted how each of this vertex is defined in its
    respective phase. We have also discussed some best practices to
    define each vertex of the Triangle and how the three vertices are
    connected to create the Iron Triangle, which is termed as Release
    Planning in the Agile world.

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