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MANAGING AGILE PROJECTS FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF EVOLVING CAPACITIES
  • Wasim Fathima Shah,
  • Sarthak Srivastava
Wasim Fathima Shah
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Abstract

Businesses have increasingly prioritised the introduction of ground-breaking new products in recent years as a means of differentiating themselves from the competition. As a result, several businesses have begun adopting agile project management practises rather than traditional waterfall methods. Iterative, or “agile,” project management has emerged, was spurred by the need for a more adaptable approach to product creation that would allow businesses to more quickly and easily provide creative goods that would both delight their consumers and generate a profit. As a result, agile project management was developed as an alternate to conventional methods, which frequently entail rigid procedures that must be modified whenever a new requirement arises. The author examines the link between agile project management and new product development in this work. The paper’s case study and findings show that innovation may be realised through the use of agile management, user participation in the development process, competent team members, effective management, and cutting-edge tools. Many recommendations were made, all of which may be followed by businesses in order to be creative and to attain high levels of customer happiness. This was done in order to support the agile principles.