when a Project really is Agile

Posted by : Rakesh Sinha
Posted On : 2/23/2018 2:13:18 PM
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Category :Project Management
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                 I had a conversation with some friends where they indicated that our project is Agile. However, the project does not seem to adhere to any of the types of Agile frameworks (Scrum, Lean, Kanban, etc.).

My question would be, can a project actually be Agile if it is not using any framework? To me, that seems like a myth, but I could be wrong. Or is a project Agile-like if it is not using an Agile Framework?
 
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