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As you can see, there are several differences between Traditional projects and true Agile projects that - from a project management perspective - can best be summed up by the concept of self organization. In traditional projects, the project manager not only provides the vision of the team, but also directs and manages the team on the more detailed daily tasks by maintaining an up to date project plan. This usually results in a leadership style perhaps best described as "Command and control." Agile projects on the other hand, still include the concepts of planning, managing the work, and providing status, but these activities are addressed collectively by the team.
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