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Very's Co-Founder, Ben Wald, was recently interviewed for an article in The Enterpriser's Project, "Agile Project Management, Explained."

Disruptive technology today emerges and evolves much faster than the average organization is prepared to handle. With adaptability and change-readiness becoming the new competitive advantage, enterprises are looking to pivot from traditional project management techniques to Agile project management, which prioritizes rapid feedback and continuous adaptation.

"Agile focuses on delivering working software with each release because with projects like IoT, the space is often evolving quickly," Ben said in the article. "A product that seemed like a great idea a year ago might be obsolete today, so being able to modify any part of the development process quickly is ideal for design.”

Ben also shared the top 10 agile project management terms that IT leaders should know, with definitions of each, including:

  1. Behavior-driven development (BDD)
  2. Burndown chart
  3. Daily standup/Scrum
  4. Feature creep
  5. Kanban
  6. Product backlog
  7. Retrospective
  8. Scrum Master
  9. Test-driven development (TDD)
  10. Timeboxing

Get the full definitions and read the entire article here

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