The origins of Agile methodology are in software development. But the methodology has been brought to non-software development endeavors because of the promise of reducing structure and time while not sacrificing quality. Project Management is one of the most recent disciplines to pick up on the Agile “craze.
Now that Agile has been around for a while, organizations are finding that using a pure Agile methodology is not necessarily sufficient to produce quality results and efficiently run a project in all circumstances.
So, organizations are implementing a “hybrid PM” approach where the overall principles of Agile are used, but implemented with more traditional (some would say “Waterfall”) PM processes. This session explores the ways Project Management provides support where Agile falls short. It, also explores how Agile and Project Management tools and techniques can be are blended to create a “Hybrid PM” approach