Managing Programs with Agile and Traditional Projects Posted

I have a new article up on projectmanagement.com, Managing Programs with Agile and Traditional Projects. You know the problem with a program: you have some agile projects and some not-agile projects, and maybe some projects who suffer from an identity crisis. They might think they are one or the other. You might not agree with their categorization!

Here’s the key: ask for deliverables. You might need to coach the project managers or use your influence. Now, go read the article. Please comment over there. Enjoy!

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