Agile has inexorably changed the project management landscape. That’s largely due to its adaptability: Iterative development allows teams to deliver functional pieces of a project
quickly and adjust on the fly.
NO LONGER BURIED IN PAPERWORK
One of agile’s basic tenets is to require less documentation
and fewer defined specifications at the front end of the project, instead of relying upon constant tweaking throughout the
life cycle. The goal is to free project team members from the
need to document everything so they can focus on quickly
producing high-quality deliverables.