Technology and social media have brought power back to the people.
Using Agile Software Development
When dealing with multiple projects and do not apply agile methodologies, it is normal to wait for a process to complete before starting with the second. In order to deal with this type of operation of projects, it is necessary to look for how to finalize deliveries as soon as possible, which means an immense risk of cutting functionality or quality. The development with agile methodology reinforces the multiple deliveries which against the client is an operant indicator and in a certain way would represent a working capital. As such, the list of functionalities of the delivery agreement is reinforced and the average implies a focus on developing the functionality that is considered most vital for the project from the very beginning.
Agile development increases productivity
The production of software that works around business needs implies entering multidisciplinary knowledge in simultaneous stages. The agile methodology serves to focus the attention of the parties by discipline in the space that is needed and immediately release the talent so that they can move between work zones. Applying a discrete task system against the people who execute them simplifies the distribution of information delivery and consequently the same sense of control capacity of the same employee which results in an inherent desire to process tasks as simply and quickly as possible.
Simplifies the management of process overload
The teams that work on rules and regulations have to validate their work constantly which represents a double sense of work. Methodologies by iteration simplify the process of delivery versus validation, which also allows changes to be made as the scope of the project progresses.
Better productivity profile
Agile teams are more productive than those that use traditional methods throughout the development cycle. If an agile system is not applied, a “hockey stick” development pattern is presented where most of the work happens in the first stages, and as the teams walk, adjustments are made on the previous work. The reality is that it almost never happens that team pieces end up working together in a coherent way.