White Paper 1: Agile – Balancing development agility with management control


Agile development has been around for a while now and has been gaining in popularity amongst development teams. There are a number of misconceptions, however, with how to manage an agile project. One misconception is that project management techniques are not relevant in an Agile world. Agile developments which are more fluid than traditional waterfall methods need careful project management not careless project management. The tools required to manage agile projects also need to be flexible enough to deal with some of the key principles of agile.

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David Walton
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David Walton

I am David Walton, Programme,Project and Portfolio Management specialist and director of Bestoutcome here in the UK. We make the PMO tools PM3, PM3time and PM3change, the only PMO tools designed by practitioners for practitioners.

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