Agile Principles Every Professional Must Know


1. Early and continuous delivery of valuable software  Agile allows for delivering a functional product in the first development iteration, obtaining valuable feedback from customers, & improving the final product in a timely manner.

2. Embrace Change  Agile encourages companies to proactively accept & implement changes based on customer feedback, reducing development project risks, & gaining a competitive edge in the market.

3. Frequent Delivery  Agile's frequent and smaller releases help reduce the possibility of errors and allow customers to provide timely feedback for improvements, thus ensuring project success

4. Cooperation  Agile promotes collaboration among stakeholders, clients, and programmers, enhancing communication, reducing development risks, and achieving project goals efficiently.

5. Autonomy and Motivation  Give programmers the tools and encouragement to thrive and you’ll be rewarded with more effortless project development and more profitable returns on investment

6. Better Communication  Face-to-face communication lets teams efficiently convey simple and complicated information, enhance human relationships, and read non-verbal cues, which enhances project development.

7. Working Software  Agile focuses on reducing paperwork and maximizing productivity. A working product is more beneficial than a checklist.

8. Stable Work Environments  Agile facilitates sustainable development, meaning with the right work environment, teams can maintain a consistent pace without suffering from burnout or being pushed to overwork.

9. Simplicity  Agile focus on delivering the simplest possible product that meets customers' requirements. This helps to avoid overcomplicating the development process & wasting resources.

10. Self-organizing teams  In Agile, teams are self-organizing, and individuals are encouraged to take responsibility for their tasks. This helps to create a sense of ownership and motivation among team members.

11. Continuous Improvement  Agile encourages continuous improvement, and teams are encouraged to reflect on their work regularly, identify areas for improvement, and make necessary changes.

12. Customer Satisfaction  Agile focus on delivering value to the customer, & this is achieved by involving them in the development process, continuously delivering working software, & focusing on their feedback.

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