Agile project management
While classic project management initially sets out a fixed goal to be achieved, while effort and time appear as variable paraments, agile project management turns that idea around.
The first step in this form of project management is to set the effort in a fixed time and financial framework. The scope of the work remains flexible and is adjusted to the value of the business in order to present the best possible results to the stakeholders.
In this way, common processes and role distribution are questioned and searched for better ways to a convincing result.
The agile structure makes it possible in this form of project management to respond to wishes and interactions with the stakeholders and to be able to react progressively.