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How to choose the best project management methodology?
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Finding the way to fit the best project management methodology for projects.
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As per organization and business requirements!!!
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1 reply by Pench Batta
Oct 11, 2018 9:53 AM
Pench Batta
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Thank you, Tamer!
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Pench -

Methodologies are fixed or defined at an organization level but project teams need to tailor these standards to the needs of their projects. Profiling a project to understand where it falls on that continuum between totally predictive and totally adaptive is a good starting point and then letting the organization's policies, the context of the project and the culture and maturity of the team drive how prescribed or self-organized the team can be with tailoring their approach and specific practices.

Kiron
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Oct 11, 2018 9:55 AM
Pench Batta
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Thank you, Kiron!
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I go with Kiron where organizations adopt a certain methodology. If not, then assess your project environment, examine your experience rucksack, and chose the one that fits best.
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1 reply by Pench Batta
Oct 11, 2018 9:55 AM
Pench Batta
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Good point, John!
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You have some excellent comment here. What is the methodology used by the enterprise and your project context should drive the choice.
Unless your project has a different context you should be using a methodology similar to the corporate choice.
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Oct 11, 2018 9:56 AM
Pench Batta
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Vincent, good thoughts! Thank you.
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Oct 11, 2018 1:27 AM
Replying to Tamer Zeyad Sadiq
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As per organization and business requirements!!!
Thank you, Tamer!
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Oct 11, 2018 7:22 AM
Replying to Kiron Bondale
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Pench -

Methodologies are fixed or defined at an organization level but project teams need to tailor these standards to the needs of their projects. Profiling a project to understand where it falls on that continuum between totally predictive and totally adaptive is a good starting point and then letting the organization's policies, the context of the project and the culture and maturity of the team drive how prescribed or self-organized the team can be with tailoring their approach and specific practices.

Kiron
Thank you, Kiron!
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Oct 11, 2018 9:22 AM
Replying to John A. Williams
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I go with Kiron where organizations adopt a certain methodology. If not, then assess your project environment, examine your experience rucksack, and chose the one that fits best.
Good point, John!
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Oct 11, 2018 9:31 AM
Replying to Vincent Guerard
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You have some excellent comment here. What is the methodology used by the enterprise and your project context should drive the choice.
Unless your project has a different context you should be using a methodology similar to the corporate choice.
Vincent, good thoughts! Thank you.
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I think each methodology is intended to address specific goals, like quality, efficiency, cost reduction, and waste reduction. So it's very important to match the methodology with your project goals.
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Choose methodologies that are result-proven in past projects of similar nature.
Methodology(gies) should reflect with the project objectives and organizational culture.
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