Agile and Changing Requirements – Does it Work Always ?

During the last couple of years Agile has gained a lot of popularity. The biggest reason for adopting to agile frameworks is the ability to introduce changes. Fast iterations and changes have been the key reasons for high adoption rates into the development community.

Consider a client’s project where you have a already in a SPRINT. But client comes and wants to change a requirement which is a user story which is part of the current SPRINT. What do you do ?

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Agile Project Management and User Experience (UX)

Let me ask you honestly how many have you transitioned from traditional waterfall to agile methodology in last two or three years.

And how many of you would like to go back to the traditional waterfall project management approach.

I am pretty sure the answer is NO

There are various advantages of using AGILE project management and its been widely accepted, adapted, tested and applied in several industries. Not to forget the biggest endorser is the software development Industry. In this era of rapid application development I have seen some people having troubles with applying agile to user experience UX design. They are still tied to or prefer to use traditional project management practices especially when it comes to user experience design (UX). The reason behind the use of traditional approach for USER EXPERIENCE DESIGN is the convenience, established standards and UX People not part of the Agile teams.

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