Agile and The Iron Triangle – Don’t Forget Quality

Most all project managers are familiar with this Iron Triangle of project management. When a project comes up, one must weigh the project based on the scrop, cost, and time to market. But what ever happened to the quality? Where does this come into the equation?

Agile project managers, per Bob Galen, need to take a different approach, focusing on the scope and quality of the project.

  • Maintaining a quality focus with their team so that no feature leaves the line as undone or with known defects
  • Passionately varying scope with their business partners—while always looking to deliver a high value and minimal marketable feature

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