Agile Project Management Approach The Aviation Industry

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Project management is a methodical technique to managing and scheduling project resources and tasks from inauguration to completion. However, these tasks and resources are separated into five stages, i.e. initiation, planning, executing, controlling, and completion or termination of the project. In fact, this standard format of the project management can be used for almost every kind of project, in view of the fact that its basic purpose is to systematize the different processes of project development. However, these tasks and resources are separated into five stages, i.e. initiation, planning, executing, controlling, and completion or termination of the project. In fact, this standard format of the project management can be used for almost every kind of project, in view of the fact that its basic purpose is to systematize the different processes of project development. In agile project management, every iteration is an opportunity to go back over the plan and adjust to reality for the next iteration. This paper presents a detailed analysis of agile project management approach. The basic purpose of this research is to discuss the agile project management with respect to the aviation industry. The traditional project management does not allow to change requirements during project development. On the other hand, project change is inevitable. Thus, to address this issue of traditional project management methodology, a new project management approach was introduced that is known as an agile method. This project management approach is straightforward and much faster than all other traditional project management methods. Actually, agile project management methodologies are composed of iterations. In fact, small teams work in partnership with project stakeholders to identify rapid prototypes, evidence of concepts, or a wide variety of aspects to identify the problem to be solved. In this scenario, the project team identifies the requirements for the iteration, creates the prototype, builds and executes appropriate test scripts, and the users authenticate the outcomes. In addition, verification takes place much earlier in the project development life cycle than it would with traditional project management methods, permitting stakeholders to modify requirements while they are still comparatively painless to change.