Most Agile adoptions put emphasis on training team members or specific roles. Having a group of…
Agile is popular for a reason – its benefits are seen by all stakeholders. However, making the transition to Agile is difficult and not the right for every project environment. Commitment-based Project Management (CBPM) evolved in non-scrum environments to generate very similar benefits to Agile methodologies: responsiveness, team engagement, quality, productivity, etc. It is another project management solution to turbulent, global marketplace.
CBPM has its roots in Speech Act Theory and Human Performance Technology and has been proven to produce significant performance improvements; project managers say it is liberating and team members say it gives them a greater sense of control. Customers say it delivers on time, on budget, on scope. Come learn about this rapidly emerging practice, including where it comes from and how it is differs from typical project management processes
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