What Is Agile Project Management? – Wrike

by Arnold Burian

Agile is a project management methodology based on four core values and 12 principles outlined in the Agile Manifesto. The Agile project management philosophy encourages early and continuous delivery, flexible and adaptive planning, collaboration with stakeholders, and a supportive working environment.

Though Agile has its roots in software development, it is used across many industries to manage and execute a variety of project types. Agile is also interpreted through different frameworks like Scrum and Kanban.

In this video, we’ll explore the history of Agile project management, the frameworks within Agile, and the different roles and processes of an Agile team.

0:00 – Intro
0:14 – What Is Agile Project Management?
0:41 – The Agile Manifesto
2:57 – Popular Agile Frameworks: Scrum and Kanban
3:36 – How Do Agile Scrum Teams Work?
4:41 – Roles Within an Agile Scrum Team
5:30 – What Is Kanban?
7:01 – Implementing the Kanban Method
7:44 – Agile Scrum vs. Kanban
8:14 – What Is the Best Agile Framework for Project Management?
8:54 – How to Use Wrike for Your Next Agile Project

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