The Project Management Institute recently partnered with the National Academy of Public Administrators and the Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust to sponsor a research paper to explore issues associated with agile government and recommend ways that the federal government can become more agile. The study considered such issues as:
How agile differs from current management practices;
When agile approaches are appropriate and when they are not;
How agile should be promoted by central management entities; and
What implementation actions should be undertaken by federal departments and agencies.
This presentation will review the paper’s findings, including practical recommendations for realistically increasing agile practices in the federal government.