Agile projects accumulate value by delivering product incrementally, periodically, affordably, and according to the priority of the customer.
If the customer is not satisfied, he may not want to pay for our efforts. If the customer is not successful, he may not be able to pay. If he is not more successful than he already was, why should he pay?
In the agile space, value is always business and customer-centric. Agile doctrine accepts that the business and customer1 are their own best authority on what is important to them. In the agile space, value accumulates over time—functionalities and features are added to the product base release by release, according to priorities and benefit demands that are reevaluated ...