One variation of the different hybrid approaches is so-called “hybrid agile.” It’s a dangerous approach that threatens to deliver the worst of both worlds.
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Your POV helps people understand you and how you think. It highlights your leadership knowledge and skills. If someone asked you about your project management standpoint POV, how would you respond?
For those of us who are struggling to work out a compromise or hybrid of waterfall and agile project management methodologies, say hello to “Agifall.”
Every project is a “hybrid project.” Here’s how to leverage the best of both waterfall and agile for optimal effectiveness on your particular project.
We spend many (perhaps too many) of our waking lives at work, so it makes sense to make the most of it. To immunize yourself from layoff and missed opportunities, this practitioner recommends becoming a double-threat PM.
Learning about project management—how to work effectively with people, and our industry domain—is never complete. We then use this knowledge to choose the best action, which for ease of understanding and implementation is usually a simple course of action.
It may seem counter to the “rules” of agile, but distributed, telecommuting agile teams can be more effective than their colocated peers—and most of what you have to do to be successful are things you should already be doing.
Falcon Training does one thing, and one thing extremely well. We train exceptional project managers. We provide project management training at all levels from introductory level up to PMP level.
Project Managers will continue to play a vital role in the new Agile world. At the Enterprise Level there will always be a need for Governance and the larger the organisation, the more focus there will be in managing risks.
Almost every project involves some sort of procurement, whether it's goods, or teams of contractors. In fact, Procurement is one of the ten Knowledge Areas of the PMBOK® Guide, and merits almost a complete column in the index of the Sixth Edition. Yet how well versed are PM’s in the best practices, the methods and approaches of the procurement process?