What is an iteration in project management?

In agile project management, an iteration describes a cyclical process for gradually approaching a project goal.

The project is divided into manageable units, so-called iterations, which are individually planned, implemented, tested and evaluated.

After each iteration, the knowledge gained is used to plan and optimize the next one.

Probably the most popular example of an iteration is the sprint in the Scrum method.

Characteristics of iterative procedures in project management

  • Refinement & improvement with each iteration
  • Successive project target achievement
  • Flexible adaptation: changes and new findings can be taken into account at any time
  • Early feedback through constant interim results

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