Why is Using Agile Framework Important for an Organization to Improve Collaboration?

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The agile approach is a practice that boosts constant iteration of development and testing throughout the software development process. When it comes to the agile method, you will find that both development and testing tasks are synchronized.  It is just the opposite of the waterfall method. This development method is known as one of the simplest and most effective processes that can turn a concept into a technical solution. The term “Agile” defines the software development processes that involve continual planning, learning, enhancement, early delivery, and team collaboration.

This paper will discuss how agile teamwork contributes to collaboration inside an organization. It will cover the following facts:

  • Introduction
  • Agile project management-Definition
  • Benefits
  • How to implement agile techniques in project management systems to boost team collaboration



The agile approach focuses on four core values, including individual and team communications dominating processes and tools, using software instead of manual documentation, customer collaboration instead of contact negotiation, adopting the changes instead of sticking to a particular plan.

A recent study has revealed that people working collaboratively to meet a common goal are more likely to stay engaged even while facing less fatigue and higher success rates. The agile project management method is a process that is involved communication and collaboration. It helps the businesses reduce the chances of project failure, escalate ROI, and lead to satisfied clients.

Agile Project Management-Definition

Let’s make it a bit easier; agile is a project management system that involves dividing projects into various stages for more continuous iteration and collaboration among the team members and stakeholders. It was initially invented in 2001. It was meant for software management and development projects. Gradually, it emerged as one of the most popular project management tools.

The best thing is it promotes frequent communication between all vested parties, transparency, and visibility throughout the project cycle. It enables each team member to deploy the changes as the project heads towards the outcome.


As agile always prioritizes iteration and collaboration, it helps the team members interact with each other without any hassle and execute the project accordingly.  Listed below are some salient benefits of this method:

  • Better Project Outcomes

The agile method is best known for testing at intervals regularly throughout the lifecycle of a project. It helps in identifying the issues and rectifying them. However, it also implies that the outcome will have gone through many iterations and progressions when the product is ready for delivery.

  • Improved ROI and Project Predictability

The incorporation of agile techniques enables the project management systems to predict the costs and return on investment of the particular project. For example, considering the sprint lengths and team budget allocations continuously help the businesses make each sprint’s cost precise.

  • More Happy Clients

Agile projects promote continuous client engagement and feedback. It helps the businesses provide their clients with more authority that satisfies the customers and retains them. At the end of the day, all that matters for a business is customer satisfaction. It determines the success of a business. Hence, the role of agile technologies in escalating customer satisfaction is noteworthy.

How to implement agile techniques in project management systems to boost team collaboration

There are multiple ways to implement agile techniques; however, always remember that the way your team works together will depend on the features of the agile framework you are deploying.

Imagine that you are using the Scrum framework, which employs small teams named “scrum.” A scrum master leads the scrums to clear the blocks that may obstruct the project and ensure each scrum has completed the assigned work. This framework is made of short iterations of work, known as sprints. Each sprint includes planning, demo, and retrospective and daily meetings. The scrum master and team inspect what has been implemented so far, what is currently going on, and what must be done immediately.

Scrum is just a single example of an agile framework. There are many other agile frameworks, such as:

  • Extreme Programming or XP
  • Crystal
  • Dynamic System Development Methodology or DSDM
  • Agile Project Management or APM
  • Feature-Driven Development or FDD

Bottom Line

No matter which agile framework you are using, the basics of team collaboration remain the same. For making the right choice, you should make time and scope of learning, look at what your peers are doing, and determine which tools you need the most for sharing and collaborating.

About the Author

Raj Kumar Prasad is the MD & Co-Founder of MagicMind Technologies Ltd – an award-winning ISO certified product development company that started its journey in 2016. Under his excellent leadership, team MagicMind Technologies is constantly emerging by delivering quality work with utmost perfection. Mr. Prasad has an outstanding grip over info-tech, IT product development, systems, and integrations.

About the Company

Magicmind Technologies is an award-winning product development company. They strive to develop innovative and agile techniques to help businesses scale up their performance and spike customer satisfaction. Their full-cycle product development includes software development, website development, app development, UI/UX and graphic design.




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