Most organizations have only one methodology that they use for running projects. However, many organizations perform a variety of projects—deploying hardware, developing new products, deploying off-the-shelf software, and upgrading existing tools. Some methodologies are much better for specific styles of projects. Therefore, organizations need a portfolio of processes that matches their portfolio of projects. Phasing, Critical Chain and Agile methodologies all have valuable attributes that can be applied in specific areas.
This presentation covers:
- An overview of the value of Critical Chain and Agile methodologies.
- Benefits of phasing.
- Situations where one methodology gets in trouble.
- The way a Guidance Team helps avoid problems.
- Setting customer expectations early.
At the end of the presentation the attendee will understand how the methodology affects a project and steps they, or their organization, can take to use various methodologies to avert project failure.
This is a one-hour presentation and part of the Back From Red Lecture Series on project recovery.
Here is a taste of one of our presentations:
Current presentation topics include: