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Agile Methodology
Agile Methodology

What is Agile Methodology?

Being agile means being able to accept unexpected changes without trying to turn everything into predictable processes. When agile business processes are adopted by a company, the work methodology tends to be executed much more efficiently because it is more realistic and does not require extensive planning and rigid project management.

Although the Agile methodology started as a technological product, it gradually passed to other areas, being used successfully by areas with marketing, product development and creation and even in the industrial sector. This focus on joining Agile today is due to the need for innovation, which emerges as part of the companies' strategy, and as such, is related to the speed at which companies are able to deliver and develop their product.

The AGILE methodology is based, among other pillars, on team decisions, on continuous and timely feedback from teams, on task planning and on creating a culture of agility.

The Challenge of Agile Methodology

Change is the key to success. And this became very apparent during the 2020 pandemic crisis, where the “normal” shifted and companies had to adapt to the change to survive.

This is where agile transformation comes to, as a way to drive responsiveness and adaptability. But agile adoption is not without its challenges. In fact, Jeff Sutherland (the co-creator of Scrum, one of Agile’s tools) says that 47% of Agile transformations fail. Lack of leadership support, inability to drive commitment in all levels of the organization, incorrect application of popular methodologies, and the unwise hurry to finish the transformation process are some of the reasons why many agile transformations end up not working out.  As such, organizations need to take the agile strategy to all levels of the organization – from leaders to collaborators – and understand that at its basis, agile is not just about using the methodology's, but it is an organizational culture transformation. 

But it is not only at the level of processes that resistance to Agile is found. Being a methodology initially created for the technological sector, Agile is created for rapid and constant innovation, which shocks people and organizations based on the "traditional" and whose processes, and culture become obsolete when facing this new Agile culture. This leads not only to a need for re-skilling — to adapt to new processes — but also to a fundamental shift in the mindset of people who look at these new processes with skepticism.

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Agile means to progress, with speed and ease.

Vikrmn: CA Vikram Verma

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