Agile Lean Business Case
Agile is a software development life cycle, which is also known as “lean” in IT circles. An agile lean business case is a hypothetical outline of the processes involved in developing any new product or service and how this might work in practice. In the agile world, a business case is a detailed description of what the product would look like, what steps would need to be taken to implement it, and the feedback from customers and employees. These cases are useful for planning purposes because they allow managers to consider all their project’s possible outcomes. However, the essential quality in an agile business case is that it feels all the possible consequences, both good and bad, assuming that it can permanently be remedied within the planned framework if something goes wrong. Small projects can also benefit from a lean approach because they can be planned using the same framework as larger projects.