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The Illusion of Role Overlap – Project Managers & Business Analysts

Business Agility

The Illusion of Role Overlap – Project Managers & Business Analysts

Recently I taught a class on project management, using PMI-endorsed material provided by a well-known leadership training brand. Last fall, I co-led a presentation with a project manager on the topic of managing the PM/BA...

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3 Reasons Your Project Managers Don’t like Agile Development and 3 Tips to Fix It

Agile

3 Reasons Your Project Managers Don’t like Agile Development and 3 Tips to Fix It

If you are planning to adopt Agile Development practices, chances are, you will encounter resistance from your project management team (possibly the Project Management Office), especially if they are operating with traditional/Waterfall approach. What are...

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Problem: Project Tasks are Incomplete

Project Management

Problem: Project Tasks are Incomplete

We have all been there before! Various project tasks are incomplete, or late, because a Project Team member didn’t know that they were responsible for the tasks or didn’t know how to complete the tasks....

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What Should We Do With Our Project Manager if We Are Adopting “Agile”?

Agile

What Should We Do With Our Project Manager if We Are Adopting “Agile”?

If you read the Scrum Guide, you may realize a few things that you may have expected to be there. Where’s the “Project Manager” in Agile organizations? In Scrum, there is no such a person...

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How Your Job Scope as a Project Manager May Be Detrimental to Your Success

Project Management

How Your Job Scope as a Project Manager May Be Detrimental to Your Success

by Zubin IraniAs a profession, project management is amorphous by nature. Project Managers have collectively earned a reputation as the catch-all, do-all, task-masters of the IT world -- the glue that keeps critical projects together....

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