This series covers highlights the seven habits that are highly ingrained in project leaders who are capable of consistently delivering project success. Our last post introduced the topic and discussed the project charter.
Habit #2: Demands a Strong Architect
A strong leader relies on the support of their team members, especially in areas where the project manager is either weak or not expected to have a certain skill in the first place. (more…)
Agile methodologies have been hyped as the silver bullet for IT delivery solutions as it builds its track record for success in the world of increasingly customer-focused deliveries. But Agile is often seen as incompatible with project management. Traditional project management prescribes a defined budget, deadline, and scope starting points, whereas agile encourages a non-prescriptive, amendable approach to getting to an endpoint. But the two can, in fact, be brought together in a usable way.
On Wednesday, February 26th, Project Assistants’ first installment of the 2014 Webinar Series will address this issue in Taming the Beast: Bringing Project Management and Agile to a Peaceful Coexistence Methodologies. (more…)