Agile Methodology for a Project Management - Report

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Running head:ADOPT AGILE METHODOLOGY FOR A PROJECT MANAGEMENTAdopt Agile Methodology for a Project ManagementName of StudentName of UniversityAuthor’s Note
1ADOPT AGILE METHODOLOGY FOR A PROJECT MANAGEMENTTask C:This report will provide a suitable methodology for the management of the project ofboth Client A and Client C. It will tailor the methodology and customizes it to suit the needs ofthe client. It will discuss on the use of the selected methodology and the reason of why it issuitable for the firm growth. Finally, a plan has made to implement the proposed methodology.For both the client A and client C, the agile methodology would be the best choice. Thereason is that with the first implementation of this model it might be that the organizations face afailure in the first cycle. However, with the ongoing process, this model has the ability to makesome incremental changes from the one that was release previously. In this way, it will help theorganization to identify the small issues and address them before involving into a big problem.Even in this process, the organisation can engage the business stakeholders to get their feedbacksin the whole developing process.Agile methodology has proven to be the highest rate of adoption in the business. Thismethodology has enabled the organization to adapt changes in the business organization that hasprovided solution to the limitation that was found in the traditional methodology(Mukerjee2014, p.56). To implement the methodology, the previously used methodology have replaced bythe agile methodology for the development of the software products and application. Withiterative or phased planning and continuous integration, the customer satisfaction has increase incomparison to the traditional method. Feasible and preferable changes has made in theorganization by the implementation of agile methodology. The drawbacks of the traditionalmodel that have affected the project success have now reduced by adopting the newmethodology(Hornstein 2015, pp.291-298).
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