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Implementation of Agile Project Management (APM)

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From late of twentieth century and especially early of twenty first century, agile project management was introduced as one of the most modern methods of project management. This method that goes to around 1940 back, is the result of the requirements of projects that could not be managed with traditional methods. The foundation of agile project management is decompose projects and produce small products in short time periods, repeat the specific pattern in each duration in order to present the next products, using the experiences and lessons learned from the passed phases and finally producing and presenting the final product of the project. The main purpose of using this method is participation of all stakeholders during the project life cycle in order to meet the requirements of projects that need to be controlled and monitored part by part in the short term. Therefore, for achieve this goal, and for different projects with different aspects, various methods have been designed that the most important of them are Kanban, Scrum, Scrumban, XP and SAFe. The common point of all these methods is the existence of an agile spirit in them, which the project and in fact the product of project demands. It should be noted that detailed explanation of each mentioned methods requires more detailed study and present several special articles, therefore, description of all details of these methods is not possible in this essay, however, it is tried to introduce the concept of agile and agility and the basic requirements of this model of project management, and the methods of its implementation should also be presented.
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