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Transitioning to Agility
Most agree that an Agile project managers measurement of success is NOT “product adoption” – rather it includes various metrics. Some metrics are from PMBOK, such as the triple constraints: Time – Budget – Scope/Features.
….I would argue there are other key metrics to an Agile PM’s success. Being an Agile PM is an art, so lets talk about some of that artistic magic…
(1) Enabling your team to own the project – When everyone owns the project – they also own the success of the project or product adoption. Many PM’s today are contractors that are handed a project from a PMO department with an End-Date, Budget, and Scope already dictated to them. How does a PM hit these expectations handed to them? If a team is going to truly “own” the project, then they must buy into these set expectations to have a chance of being successful. Agile PM’s success will be directly tied to their ability to build that “buy in” by all team members.
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