Agile based development and management are an interactive approach towards expressing work that includes collaboration between ourselves and cross-functional teams. This why Agile based development responds quickly to changing environment without hassles.

It is a time boxed method that uses valuable practices and methods to fully utilize shared ideas and various approaches that one has learnt and adapted over time.


Agile is a joint collection of values, methods and has the ability to explore and share ideas before, during and after software development cycle. It helps breakdown projects into functional bits under USER STORIES rather than delivering it all at once near the end.

Agile is like creating a ‘To Do List’ before an event and then asking everyone else to put their suggestions, ideas, thoughts and give the list a stipulated time frame for completion.

You then set ‘Priorities’ and start delivering the items marking them completed and at the same time, adding any new updates on the go.

Throughout the process, you build, iterate and keep adding feedback similar to working with a client. Right…and that is how Agile forms a part of our daily life.

So How is Agile Different?


In Agile, however, there is no end to these activities as new features, design changes or multiple new updates are added up. Agile Development is iterative and it keep evolving with time as you continue to change, refine and tweak the project.

In Agile Planning is adaptive and that is what makes it so different. Another important aspect of Agile for its success is that people at all levels work together, regardless of their role & responsibilities. Everyone has different perspective to look at things and Agile lets everyone put in an and share their competencies to the fullest.