Reasons Why Agile Software Development Projects Fail [#AgileSoftware #AgileSoftwareDevelopment #AgileNewsAndViews]

REASONS WHY AGILE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS FAIL [#AgileSoftware #AgileSoftwareDevelopment #AgileNewsAndViews]

TOO MANY RULES AND REGULATIONS
NOT LISTENING TO CUSTOMERS
NOT CREATING AN ATMOSPHERE OF TRUST
IMPROPER COMMUNICATION CHANNELS
INAPPROPRIATE PLANNING
LACK OF DISCIPLINE
LACK OF INTROSPECTION

TOO MANY RULES AND REGULATIONS
Once the roadmap is shared, all the Agile team needs is motivation and goal orientation. Too much of micro-management can result in flawed results.

NOT LISTENING TO CUSTOMERS
Your customers are the most important part of your business. Anything not wanted by the customer should be excluded.

NOT CREATING AN ATMOSPHERE OF TRUST
Need to ensure that the team culture is strong and people rely on each other. This results in improved team productivity.

IMPROPER COMMUNICATION CHANNELS
Timely problem resolution must be ensured via proper communication.

INAPPROPRIATE PLANNING
An Agile team must plan well for the project to be implemented on time and with the desired quality. Getting proper customer inputs and planning well are the keys to project success.

IMPROPER QUALITY CONTROL
Once the software has been coded and developed, it is the responsibility of the Agile team to ensure that it is qualitatively up to the mark.

LACK OF DISCIPLINE
Every team member in the Agile team must be communicated about the methodology and discipline to be followed. A clear cut understanding of the expectations is very important for the long running success of a project.

LACK OF INTROSPECTION
Daily and weekly meetings are the essence of Agile. Understanding the flaws in the process and making amendments is the key ingredient of these meetings.

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