Agile is a widely accepted software development methodology, well suited for business use because it allows organizations to gain a better understanding software projects and reduce the overall risk of software development. It is critical that users thoroughly understand the agile process in order to avoid common pitfalls that can cause delays.

Nevertheless, flawed agile implementations can still result in a failure to fully realize benefits, notably significant stakeholder engagement and early, predictable software delivery. Flawed implementations often result in misconceptions that agile methodology is inadequate, when the true problem lies within the developmental stages, not within the methodology’s design.

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