4 agile project management tools

Simone Kohl

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Agile Tools support an agile methodology such as Scrum or Kanban.
The Scrum Master assumes the project management role and is responsible for the administration of the project.

For tips on leading agile teams, feel free to check out our blog post 5 tips for agile teams.

Challenges

The agile project management tools should support the teams in the following challenges:

  • Time tracking and forecasting
  • Quality assurance
  • Communication
  • Analysis of the projects

Tools for agile project management

Here we have 4 agile project management tools, that might help you in your next agile project.

  1. Active Collab
    This is a cost-effective alternative for small businesses. Powerful document management, e-mail-based communication, priority and task control and budgeting features make the software particularly attractive. Especially for project managers who manage multiple projects.
  2. Atlassian Jira
    Atlassian Jira offers one of the best known solutions. It is a powerful project management tool that is well suited for most. Atlassian Jira offers Scrum, Kanban and integration with Confluence and other Atlassian products. You can create workflows or visualize QA issues. A strength is the powerful backlog management with numerous add-ons or the mobile app.
  3. Pivotal Tracker
    To support web developers and mobile developers there are several projects, burndown charts, project-based tasks and user stories. Pivotal Tracker is user friendly and offers good feedback tools. So that the quality of a project is the main focus.
    The advantage of this tool is that it is especially suitable for agile software development and supports many integrations.
  4. SprintGround
    Especially for those who like to work with Kanban, SprintGround offers a good possibility for uncomplicated filtering of projects, versions and releases.
    It is ideal for software development and also offers many traditional Scrum features like Burndown Charts.


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