Agile Project Management

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Service Overview

In today’s ever-changing world, businesses require a more flexible approach to manage and deliver projects. One of the most widely adopted approaches is Agile. The Agile Project Framework developed by the Agile Business Consortium offers agility and flexibility with governance and rigour. The Agile Project Management approach is suitable to manage small projects or even larger-scale projects for corporate companies.

Cybiant uses the Agile way of managing projects which focuses on practices, tools and techniques to help you improve speed to market, ensure the development of the right product or solution, promote collaboration among stakeholders and improve customer satisfaction. Our proven approach and methodology can help enable your project team to be more adaptive, creative and resilient which are important to manage complex projects and achieve better outcomes.


  • Improve speed to market.
  • Deliver quality solution and value for the end-user.
  • Create solution or product that meets the requirements.
  • Respond rapidly and flexibly to customer demand.
  • Improve customer satisfaction.
  • Adapt quickly to changes – internally and externally.

Service Approach

Cybiant uses the Agile Project Management approach to help your organization manage complex projects and solve difficult business problems. Our approach typically involves the following steps:

  1. Planning and Preparation: In this initial phase, the Agile consultant will work with the organization to gather requirements, conduct feasibility assessment, and establish the scope and objectives for the project. This will also involve identifying the key Agile practices, critical success factors, roles and responsibilities and key performance indicators, as well as selecting the appropriate tools and techniques for managing the project.
  2. Project Kick-off: In this phase, the Agile consultant will conduct a project kick-off meeting to establish an understanding of the business rationale and the project scope and how the work will be carried out.
  3. Evolutionary Development: The Agile consultant will guide and assist the project team to work on the project in an iterative and incremental manner, delivering workable solutions on a consistent basis. Testing of the solution will also be integrated throughout the development process. The incremental and iterative approach enables the project team to learn from feedback, improve the solution and deliver value for the end user faster. On a day-to-day basis, the agile consultant will monitor the overall progress and activities of the team.
  4. Deployment: The agile consultant will assist the team to coordinate the day-to-day activities associated with deploying the solution into live operational use. The agile consultant will help to ensure everything is coherent and involve the right stakeholders.
  5. Review and Validation: The Agile consultant will work with the project team to review and reflect what was delivered, what was not delivered, what went well and which areas require further improvement. Besides that, the consultant will also help to establish ways to measure the actual benefits realized by the delivered solution and if it meets the goals. The reflection and findings will be documented and shared with the key stakeholders.


  1. Project Kick-off Report: A comprehensive report that outlines the discussion and conclusion during the kick-off meeting, feasibility assessment, business case, project scope, objectives, agile framework, critical success factors, roles and responsibilities, key performance indicators, tools and techniques to manage the project.
  2. Agile Workshop: The purpose of the Agile workshop is to help the participants who are not familiar with Agile to understand its practices, principles, tools and techniques that will be applied to manage the project.
  3. Agile Project Templates and Tools: Suitable templates and tools will be shared with the client to support the project, such as the Terms of Reference, Business Case, Feasibility assessment, Kanban board and others.
  4. Weekly Report: A report that documents the activities, and key DSDM products that show the overall progress of the project.
  5. Executive Summary: A high-level summary of the project that can be used to communicate the outcomes, project benefits and key highlights to senior management.

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