Agile development projects face unique team challenges. Given the value of outsourcing, some challenges seem more obvious. We set aside this perspective to improve opportunities to leverage a range of best practices and ensure that challenges are proactively translated into long-term resources.
When detailed requirements and documentation are ignored from the outset, customers typically consider service providers bidding for projects only on a time and material basis. However, as the design speed increases, the respondent company will eventually produce detailed requirements and specifications as a solid foundation for switching to new conditions.
By project iteration to maintain program clarity and documentation, the program remains active and normal. It ensures a smoother process and reduces the rate of complaints from both parties.
Organizing via feature and requirement
Facing time is not always feasible, a good way to participate in a work plan is to organize a demand area or a set of resources. By having an independent demand area or a specific set of resources, communication problems can be minimized because the team responsible is physically and functionally.
Improving change-order effectiveness
Pre-specification of everything will destroy the full purpose of the agile method. However, of course, there is still a need to change requests between iterations. This provides a fair way for customers and service providers to limit changes and determine the next range items based on change assessments.
With this approach, changes are easily incorporated into the natural process of planning per iteration, using team resources much more effectively.
The traditional cascading approach places quality assurance as the final phase of the project, starting with coding and development. This is usually true if a separate QA is outsourced. However, by hiring an agile product development team, quality control becomes a functional feature and participates from the beginning of the project.
Because of active tracking and previous solutions, agile methods require higher test quality output than waiting for a development cycle. In practice, many customers are surprised by the dramatic increase in the number of defects exposed and resolved, as the fast test cycle overflows the entire process.