Managing a combination of traditional and agile projects is generally a requirement for the modern PMO. In this hybrid model, the organization faces many challenges to ensure that the appropriate level of visibility, control, and accountability are maintained consistently across the portfolio.
Traditional projects generally have well defined processes for managing scope, budget and schedule, including metrics to track progress and identify risks throughout the project life cycle. Introducing Agile projects disrupts the core ecosystem of the traditional project portfolio because many times these projects do not have a fixed scope or a well-defined baseline in terms of budget and schedule.
Despite the very different project delivery approaches, the successful hybrid PMO will implement processes and practices that provide consistent planning, reporting, and accountability across the project portfolio.
Join us to better understand the challenges and success factors associated with implementing a hybrid PMO:
Steve Hart is the Delivery Manager for the Raleigh branch of Insight Digital Innovations. Steve responsibilities include managing the local project portfolio of client facing engagements. In Steve's 25+ years of project and technical leadership roles, he has developed an extensive practical knowledge that spans a wide variety of industries, and project delivery approaches, best practices, and tools.
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