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Agile Much? Adaptive Process Benchmark Study Closes July 11

Posted by Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin

Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin is editor-in-chief for PM Solutions Research, and the author, co-author and editor of over twenty books on project management, including the 2007 PMI Literature Award winner, The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Second Edition.

Harvard Business Review posted a great article on the myths that surround agility ... you know, that hipster software-geeky stuff that's not applicable to your projects? Wait a sec, says HBR. They make a great case that agility, like most changes to business practices, simply needs a willing leadership and the right training to liven up the most brick-and-mortarish business: they use the case of a turnaround at an energy/construction firm.

This example is instructive because it displays how an infusion of fresh thinking can energize an organization, even the most hidebound. When the moment comes in your organization, will you be ready? Are you offering the right sorts of training to capitalize on adaptive approaches? Measure yourself against the other participants in our new study to find out ... but hurry: the extended deadline closes tomorrow night, July 11.

Take the survey here and receive the full-data report, plus an invitation to a webinar examining the results.

Nicole Jones says:

The study is designed to discover to what degree organizations employ adaptive approaches in their project management practice.

Posted on July 24, 2018 at 4:40 am

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