Project Management Methodology

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Managing a Team

Project managers do not need to recognize mistakes.

Both traditional and agile leaders spend a fair amount of time on planning. But they view plans in very different ways. The ability to respond to change drives competitive advantage. Teams must adapt but can’t lose track of the ultimate goals of the project. Teams should constantly evaluate progress, whether adapting or anticipating. It is important to remember that changing and adapting are not the same. Change is mindless; adaptation is mindful. Developing great products requires exploration. Exploring and adapting are two behavioral traits required to innovate. Having the courage to explore the unknown and having the humility to recognize mistakes and adapt to the situation. Any project plan and schedule will not be the same six months down the line. Savvy project managers structure projects to embrace uncertainty and change rather than look for ways to avoid unexpected surprises. Uncertainty is an inherent part of any project and how you and your team manage change seriously impacts your business. Anticipating unforeseen circumstances is a necessity. With software projects customer requirements evolve over time as technology evolves. Skilled project managers establish processes upfront to address these changes. This way you can respond with the voice of experience rather than a reactive one. All projects come with a level of uncertainty. If they didn’t, there would not be a need to manage risks.

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