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Why do you think the article stated are valid tends in the field of Agile? In fact, why do you think that some of them belongs to Agile? More, why do you think those will impact the project management world where projects are not related to software projects only?. Talking about Agile is not related to software, which was the field where Agile was born.
The "trend" in scaling seems to be based on the fierce competition between various frameworks and designs (S@S, LeSS/Nexus, SAFe). Many organizations have accepted that Scrum works on a team level, but they need help when they have multiple teams working on the same product. There's a lot of debate over which is best and I suspect there's room for multiple solutions at the table, but the consultant industry knows there's a lot of money to be made, too.
Interesting your question
Thanks for sharing
Refers to PMI and Agile Certifications?
It seems to me that we will have news about the acquisition of DA (Disciplined Agile by PMI)
Our role as PMs in facilitating successful change won't change but how we go about our role will change depending on the framework adopted by the company we work for.
If the company "slavishly" follows SAFe, there may be no titled PMs, but we might morph into Release Train Engineers. Disciplined Agile on the other hand recognizes the benefit of PMs and doesn't shy away from calling a duck a duck...
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