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  • AGISTRUCT member content open

    By Al Behairi, Tareq A. In modern smart buildings and construction projects, the explicit boundaries between construction industry management, with its waterfall methodology, and IT industry management, with its flexible…

  • Change Agility across Different Cultures member content open

    By Hassan, Mohamed Khalifa | Ilyas, Muhammad A. B. Communication revolution and globalization have turned the world into one large village where individuals and organizations are now connected in unimaginable ways. The result is a highly dynamic…

  • Open your strategic horizon and gain organizational agility, or how to overcome organizational inertia member content open

    By Lazar, Olivier Organizational inertia -- the delay between a decision and the corresponding actions to implement a decision -- is inherent in all organizations. Left unchecked, organizational inertia can prevent…

  • Agile project management concepts applied to construction and other non-IT fields member content open

    By Straçusser, Glenn Agile tools, methodologies and thought processes can add significant value and benefit to projects outside of the IT world if applied correctly. In this paper, the author provides an example of…

  • Bring certainty in agile sprint planning through estimation member content open

    By Ghosal, Dipanjan | Bhattacharyya, Pranabendu | Das, Sharmila | Roy, Sayantan Agile estimation remains a gray area for most project managers, with improper estimation being the root cause of failure in most agile projects. This paper provides an overview of Tata Consultancy…

  • A new hybrid approach for selecting a project management methodology member content open

    By Grushka-Cockayne, Yael | Holzmann, Vered | Weisz, Hamutal | Zitter, Daniel Project management methods are essential in helping organizations determine how a project is planned and executed. This paper proposes a multi-dimensional framework for project methods selection,…

  • Adopting a jazz mindset for strategic execution and leadership member content open

    By Czarnecki, Joseph R. How can adopting a jazz mindset apply in a business environment? In this article, the author posits that adaptability and creativity can help leaders and executives react to and initiate change more…

  • The DANCEing PMO member content open

    By Duggal, Jack S. In today's disruptive and changing world, the Project Management Office must survive the DANCE - Dynamic and changing; Ambiguous and uncertain; Nonlinear; Complex; and Emergent and unpredictable…

  • Why agile may not be the silver bullet you're looking for member content open

    By Tarne, Robert Although agile has proven very successful across organizations on a variety of projects, basic agile may not be effective for more complex projects. Citing personal examples and experiences, the…

  • Leading construction industry to lean-agile (LeAgile) project management member content open

    By Iqbal, Suhail Construction industry leaders have long held the view that the highly disciplined field is governed successfully by Theory X, the well-known theory of human motivation developed by Douglas McGregor.…

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