5 Tips To Improve Your Agile Planning Process

You may have heard that agile teams don't plan. This is not true. Good agile teams take planning very seriously, and teams that don't usually end up failing. However, the way planning is done in an agile process is very different from a traditional process. Hence the popular misconception that agile teams don't plan.

Agile processes have to deal with volatile requirements and frequent delivery. Dealing with these conditions means using a Just In Time planning method that emphasizes high level planning early on followed by an elaboration only at the time of implementation. Because elaborate planning is deferred, changes in requirements before implementation do not cause a lot of rework of requirements.

So how can you improve the way you plan in an agile project? Read the rest of this white paper to learn five tips to improve your agile planning process.

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