Then, if you accept that the terms of reference and the vision of the project may change, you should not delay in starting the work and you should not spend too much time on the evaluation and planning of the project at the beginning. At the same time, the project itself should be divided into small tasks, the intervals between cycles before release should be small, and the developer should not be overloaded with unnecessary or unneeded tasks.
Agile development uses an iterative, incremental approach. If planned tasks cannot be completed in the current cycle, work is reallocated by priority.
Agile methods are best suited to projects that require continuous improvement and need the flexibility to adapt to changing requirements.
The goal of each Agile cycle is to produce a show-ready product that can be presented to the customer, this gives excellent feedback and demonstrates progress in execution. All recommendations that developers receive after the release from customers and end users are accepted to be used in the next iteration. In today's dynamic market, where software development must be fast and efficient, it is optimal and profitable to apply Agile methodologies to the work. Since each cycle has a fixed period of time, project timelines are easier to predict.