Projects for real (13 of 15): explaining Agile

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Most of the project management resources I’ve been linking to are about traditional project management, or the so-called ‘waterfall’ approach. What about Agile, Scrum, Kanban and all the other jazzy words from contemporary PM practice? Without going into too much detail for now, here is something to be used as an introduction: a post by Natalia Babaeva about explaining Agile to her grandfather. And if this doesn’t help, here are fun quotes from project managers who talking about Agile to kids: really interesting! “Son, you know when dad arrives from work, very hungry? Agile is like when we keep bringing him tapas rather than keeping him waiting for an elaborate main dish.”

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