The Dark Side of Agile Projects
Agile frameworks do not mention the role of the project manager because they were designed for product management, not project management. However, the PM role is required when the organization approves a project that must be completed within a certain period of time and below a certain budget. Professional PMs are responsible, among other things, for the agile project to end on time and on budget, meeting stakeholders’ requirements.
Feedback in the Project Economy
Project economy requires tools to facilitate continuous improvement of management and development teams. People with different roles are involved in all projects. People working in projects need continuous feedback to do their best. PMPeople provides feedback online, anytime, anywhere.
PMPeople: The tool for the Agile PMO
Professional project management applies also to agile projects. For these kind of projects, the corporate PMO should embrace agile principles and minset to respond to change, enhance value-driven delivery, stakeholder engagement, continous improvement, scale agile from projects to products, services, programs, portfolios, etc.
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