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date: 20 February 2020

agile 

Source:
A Dictionary of Publishing
Author(s):

Adrian Bullock,

Chris Jennings,

Nicola Timbrell

A method of managing projects, most commonly those of a digital nature. The term was originally used by software developers as they sought to find a way to produce working software for their customers quickly and efficiently. Agile methods allow rapid response to change during the lifetime of the project, meaning that goals and milestones can potentially be fluid and be respecified as the project develops.... ...

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