Definition of Agile Project Management
Agile project management is a technique where the project is divided into small tasks also known as iterations. Each iteration is developed separately, tested and feedback is incorporated to complete the iterations.
Example of Agile Project Management:
While developing new software with Agile Project Management, the project is split into small sections. Each section is developed and review by the critiques such as the Quality assurance team, client and beta testers, etc., and given feedback is included back into a small development cycle to remove the issues/bugs. When one iteration ends, the next step of the project is defined.
This approach helps organizations to complete complex and length projects with the help of small sections and any fault/bug is identified and removed easily.