Presenter: Mike Griffiths
I was really looking for Mike's session because I met him at one event back in January and only after I realised that I studied on one of his books!
The food for thoughts he gave us, the knowledge he has, and the passion for the topic made this session absolutely interesting.
Here are my main highlights from the session
Are problems that are characterised by uncertainties, that are difficult to plan and manage with project management methodology. Some examples are:
As Peter Drucker analysed in 1999, we are moving from Industrial Work (visible, specialised, stable, etc.) to Knowledge Work (invisible, holistic, changing).
Solving Complex Projects
PMI's Agile Future
PMI has already delivered a lot for the agile community, as shown in the below timeline
and in 2017, PMI will release:
PMI is offering best-in-class plan-driven and agile offering, providing pragmatic guidance on when and how to combine approaches
Hybrid doesn't mean mixing or diluting two methodologies because Hybrid can addictive as done by Lockheed Martin in the following chart
The presenter suggested as a very interesting book on motivating people Daniel H. Pink's Drive. Did you read it?