Agile innovation in project management
Whereas classic project management is largely considered prescriptive, agile project management seeks to develop the vision of the future and the ability to explore, which is why it is ideal for innovation activities, writes Rami Shakour.
Project processes versus people power
Organisational agility is being promoted as the ‘silver bullet’ to create value and eliminate project failures, but methodologies, standard operating procedures and organisational maturity also underpin success, writes Dr Lynda Bourne.
Is there a formula for good project management?
In a process-driven environment, formula is wonderful. The problem is when you go beyond simple projects, using a formula results in a crash between those who want to tick boxes and the problems that don’t fit in a box, writes editor Adeline Teoh.