Agile projects, in contrast, involve planning up front and throughout the entire project. By planning at the last responsible moment, right before an activity starts, you know the most about that activity. This type of planning, called just-in-time planning or a situationally informed strategy (introduced in Chapter 3), is a key to agile’s success.
- Chapter 7: Defining the Product Vision and Product Roadmap
- from Agile Project Management For Dummies
- Publisher: For Dummies
- Released: May 2012
Good introduction to just in-time planning concept
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