MethodAgile methodology for development and maintenance is the leading methodology in Israel for project management, software engineering, systems analysis, and software quality management.
MethodAgile is already a part of the curricula of leading universities and college, including: the Technion, Bar Ilan University, Shenkar, Tel-Aviv-Yaffo Academic College, Ben-Gurion University, Tel Aviv University, the College of Management, the Kiryat Ono Academic Campus, Shamun College of Engineering, John Bryce, the Hulon Institute of Technology, and others. We are happy to support the efforts of organizations teaching information technology, project management, and quality management to incorporate MethodAgile in their institution’s academic curriculum!
MethodAgile contributes to both scientific-methodological aspects and practical aspects:
- Scientific-methodological aspect. MethodAgile is a living example of the realization of software engineering and software management principles. The MethodAgile matrix model integrates the system lifecycle with the system tree. It is easy to understand and learn and therefore comprises a good theoretical foundation for understanding the subject of software methodologies and software project management.
- Practical aspect. MethodAgile is the most widely used IT management method in Israel. MethodAgile studies prepare students and facilitates their integration into industry and practical work in IT. MethodAgile participates in students’ practical training and offers a broad range of subjects for final projects – subjects that add value to the industry.
MethodAgile’s website facilitates both studying and practical work. The software arms students with important aspects of human-machine interfaces, interactive processes, an active template library, glossary, advice on maximizing the benefits of Office programs and more. In addition, MethodAgile is a shining example for information management processes at every phase, from collection and sorting, to design, publishing, and distribution, and implementation of feedback.