Agile Project Management

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Agile management or agile project management is an iterative method of determining requirements for engineering and information technology development projects in a highly flexible and interactive manner, for example, agile software development. It requires empowered individuals from the relevant business, with supplier and customer input.[citation needed] There are also links to lean techniques, Kanban and Six Sigma. Agile techniques are best used in small-scale projects or on elements of a wider program of work, or on projects that are too complex for the customer to understand and specify before testing prototypes. Agile techniques may also be called extreme project management. It is a variant of the iterative life cycle where deliverables are submitted in stages. One difference between agile and iterative development is that the delivery time in agile is in weeks rather than months.
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Bài viết phân tích những ảnh hưởng của dịch bệnh Covid-19 đến nền kinh tế Việt Nam thông qua thực trạng hoạt động sản xuất kinh doanh của doanh nghiệp, xem xét các chính sách tài chính đã và đang được triển khai, đồng thời chỉ ra những hạn chế. Từ đó, đề xuất một số khuyến nghị về chính sách tài chính nhằm hỗ trợ doanh nghiệp ứng phó với đại dịch có hiệu quả trong thời gian tới.
The restrictions introduced by COVID-19 forced firms to adapt to a technology-intensive operational model. These digital transformations involved deliberations among stakeholders to adjust strategy and general functionally of companies, which included elements of the future of work. This paper leverages existing research, and input from firms in various industries to illustrate technology-based issues including elements of the future of work that are transpiring in organizations as they adapt to this disruptive environment.
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