Would this approach will work as an Agile development project

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I will start working on a software development project, currently, the project is the initiation phase to divide into phases and select the product to develop the approach. This is my first time leading this kind of project, so I am planning in using an adaptive approach. Since I will present the PMP exam this month I am really into its procedures and guides, and now it is also focusing on the Agile approach.

Does this make sense from an Agile perspective?

Aug 27, 2020 in PMP by Rajiv
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Remember, Agile is a mindset (see the Agile Manifesto), that can be supported by incorporating frameworks (like Scrum). It does not mean you can't have an Agile mindset in a different framework or instill a hybrid approach. Like you mention, providing ample runway in digestible bite-size pieces can be helpful.

I would recommend reading through the Agile Practice Guide. It will provide a good connection b/t a more traditional to the more adaptive way of working. 

answered Aug 27, 2020 by Raina Neman

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