Creating an order with chaos.

This is agile in layman’s terms. It is a methodology that you adopt in order to scale your business with short sprints and trust in their employees.

It seems like a vague definition, right?

No worries, this will become clearer to you once you start reading the infographic.

Agile was first adopted officially in 2001 when the leading companies noticed that most project management processes were failing and needed a new solution. Seventeen technologists gathered and created an agile manifesto with four major principles for agile process management.

After that, more and more companies have moved to agile methodologies to get a better output. Fortune 500 companies like Microsoft, IBM, Tesla etc., are strong advocates of the agile methodology. Over 98% of companies have benefited from adopting agile methodology, and the failure rate is 8%.

A picture says a thousand words, so here is an infographic that will help you understand the basics of agile methodology. Let’s dive right into the visual experience.

agile project planning method


Do you know what the best part of Agile methodology is? The unbiased nature of it.

Whether you are a small business or a large fortune 500 company, you can go agile. All you need is the knowledge and people to execute it. After going through this infographic, I strongly believe that the knowledge gaining part has got a great start.

But as I said, this is just the pilot of the series, you need to learn a lot more in-depth about agile and how it can help you scale. Don’t worry we got you covered, check out this awesome blog on step by step project planning in agile methodology.

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