Applying Agile Project Management to Predevelopment Stages of Innovation
May 14, 2014 Editor 0
International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, Volume 0, Issue 0, Ahead of Print.
This study explores the early stages of innovation: the predevelopment stages leading to development. The paper examines the agile project management approach as a flexible and dynamic approach to manage the predevelopment stages of innovation. Scholarly sources reveal insufficient findings, signaling a gap in the literature in the areas of fuzzy front end of innovations and the applicability of modern approaches such as the agile project management approach. As a result, this paper introduces a theoretical model, advancing concepts on agile project management, management innovation, and how these concepts can be applied to the predevelopment stages of innovation.
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